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MARCH MIRTH AT THE FAT CAT Sunday 10th March

MIKE WILMOT

Already an established comedian in his home country Canada, Mike started working in the UK as a stand-up comedian in 1995. His TV work includes; Live At The Apollo (BBC One), Rich Hall’s Fishing Show (BBC Four), Rich Hall’s Cattle Drive (BBC Four), and several appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC Two). In 2016 Mike made his debut appearance at London’s Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs and had a week long sold out run at London’s Soho Theatre.

“Just Brilliant” – The Sunday Times

TOM HOUGHTON

If you’re thinking that Tom looks familiar, you may recognise him as 1/5th of comedy super group The Noise Next Door who have been smashing the comedy circuit for years. Now catch Tom as he goes it alone and see what he’s got to say for himself. With his cheeky charm and musical madness, he has been leaving comedy clubs up and down the country in stitches. Also seen on BBC1, BBC2, ITV and heard on radio.

“Comedy gold… staggeringly well executed” – The Guardian

CHRIS BETTS

Chris has performed all across Canada, the United States and the UK at independent venues, comedy clubs and international festivals. Chris has a style that is equal parts confident, thoughtful, ridiculous and mischievous and has been entertaining audiences across the UK ever since his arrival.

“Properly hilarious” – What’s On London

February 2019

THE RAYMOND AND MR TIMPKINS REVUE

It’s freakish entertainment on a twisted stick, incorporating inimitable acoustic guitar / stylophone driven rock anthems coupled with a plethora of prop-assisted material that’s busier than a wasp in a fat child’s lunchbox and which has, in turn, made them popular in curry houses across the commonwealth.

“Enough silliness to fill a pillow” – Evening Standard
“Knockabout duo – Really out there!” – The Guardian

KELLY CONVEY

Kelly has no filter when it comes to her opinions on sex and society, sharing them in her hilarious, wholehearted performance that will make you feel like you’ve known her for years. With a face like butter wouldn’t melt and a mouth like a white van man, Kelly brings a side-splitting and strangely refreshing mix of feminine and ladette style to subjects women rarely talk about in public.

“Talented newcomer” – Time Out

ANDREW RYAN

Andrew hails from Cork in Ireland. Andrew started to perform stand up in May 2008. He is now progressing up the comedy ladder and regularly performs all over the UK.

“One to watch, for sure” – Chortle
“Funnier than Ardal O’Hanlon” – City Life