November 2018: What a banger!

ANDY ASKINS

Andy is a diminutive figure who exudes an air of vulnerability and an innocent child-like quality as he steps up to the microphone armed with a guitar and a cheeky grin. It’s an overwhelmingly misleading demeanour which serves to heighten the impact of the killer lines that he delivers. His subject matter is wide ranging; from his many bizarre relationships: “Some of them with humans” to an unfortunate mix-up over a colostomy bag with a Columbian drug baron in Miami docks.

“Brilliant and unique” – John Bishop

MARLON DAVIS

With a Brown Eyed Boy series on MTV under his belt, Marlon is a bright young comedian, improviser, actor and presenter who embraces his work with energy and charm, embodying his characters and delivering his material with skilful observations.

“Bursts on to the stage like a breath of fresh air, with impish grin, boyish enthusiasm and an effortlessly open, confident style” – Chortle.co.uk

RICH WILSON

As well as being able to deliver a good strong set, with subject matters ranging from being a young father to observational material on the absurdity of life in general, he is rapidly becoming one of the most in demand compères in the country with his ability to think on his feet and tame even the toughest of crowds with his likeable, charming manner.

“He’s a very very funny man” – Frank Skinner

 

October 2018: FAT CAT FUN

Sunday 14 October 2018

TERRY ALDERTON

Combining a fearless on-stage presence, unshakeable confidence and streetwise hyperactive delivery, Terry leaves his audience exhilarated and exhausted with laughter. When not on stage he has been seen on TV with comic roadshows and Apollo outings as well as a stint on EastEnders and Holby City. You’ll never get the same show twice.

“Electrifying stage presence and hilarious, first rate impressions.” – The Independent

DAVID TRENT

Described by The Guardian as “Like TV Burp if Harry Hill was on PCP”, David Trent has been blowing minds since 2012 with intelligently depicted yet hilariously explosive observations of modern day pop culture.

Smashing on to the comedy scene in 2012 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with his debut solo show ‘Spontaneous Comedian’ David Trent wowed audiences and critics alike with his unique brand of tech heavy comedy and high octane audiovisual onslaught, selling out the 26 night run and receiving a nomination for the coveted Foster’s Comedy Award for Best Newcomer. Further recognition quickly followed with a run at noted London comedy haunt, The Soho Theatre and another nomination, this time for Best Breakthrough Act at the 2012 Chortle Awards.

KEVIN MCCARTHY

With an ever changing act, and the ability to find humour in any subject, Kevin’s cuddly personality and utterly relaxed stage persona puts the audience instantly at ease.

“The Ad Lib Expert” – The Stage