Our Comedians – A - Z
Şaban (Pronounced Shaban) is a comedian of mixed backgrounds. He is from London and is half Turkish Cypriot and half English. His style of comedy is mainly story telling about his own life experiences. These may include anything from going to the Job centre to trying to buy a kebab.…
Sally-Anne Hayward has been described as a charming and popular performer with a winning brand of autobiographical humour. She always manages to endear herself to any audience by taking them on a journey through her slightly eccentric world, including insights into the female psyche and her compulsion to send off…
After previous careers presenting BBC Radio and appearances on TV shows such as Daybreak Sam Carrington is now turning his attention to stand up comedy. His observational, surreal style is gaining him friends and supporters in audiences, bookers and professional talent. He now regularly works for Mirth Control, Twice As…
Big Cheese Regular, both as a MC and Stand up headliner. Great sharp and whitty Comedian Star of the Ikea Adverts.
enthralling... electric ... deliciously catty - (Guardian) breathtaking... incandescently witty - (Scotsman) Camp and outrageous, provocative and controversial, catty and hysterical, Scott Capurro is a breath of fresh air in the increasingly samey and stale world of stand-up. Constantly operating on the boundaries of good taste and often straying some…
Canadian Sean Collins has 25 years experience in stand up comedy, with initial success leading to 'Best Male Stand Up' nominations at the Canadian Comedy Awards, a Just For Laughs Gala set at Montreal and his own hour long special on Canadian television.
'The first act is Sean McLoughlin. Looking lanky and lacklustre - the Leeds scene hadn't seen him before. He turns out to be amazing"¦. McLoughlin's parallelisms between intelligence and idiocy were brilliant. Alarm bells of future stardom rang in my ears.' Leeds Student Online Despite his relative youth and unassuming…
Winner of the Leicester Comedy Festival comedian of the year competition in 2009, and runner-up in the So You Think You're Funny? new act competition, 2008. Nominated for the breakthrough award in the 2010 Chortle Awards.
' one to watch' Comic's choice - Time Out 'Not to be missed' The Scotsman 'Uplifting & Funny' Three Weeks Appeared in 'Killing Time' on BBC3 Radio 4 - Storyman with Andrew Clover Edinburgh 2003 - Solo show 'Growing Pains' at Edinburgh Festival SOHO Theatre 2003 - Solo show 'Growing…
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