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Acts Performing

Katherine Ryan


Katherine Ryan is a stand-up comic with dual Canadian-Irish nationality. Born in Sarnia, Ontario, she now resides in London. Her biting comedy style often takes after that of Joan Rivers, commenting on celebrities and social media stars as well as her own life. She is particularly known for her regular appearances on panel shows and co-presenting various TV formats with Jimmy Carr. TV credits include The Dutchess, 8 of out 10 Cats, The Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Celebrity Gogglebox & Taskmaster.

Geordie Stand-Up Ross Noble has been performing since he was smuggled in to his local comedy club at the age of 15. Licensing laws meant that immediately after his slot he had to leave through the kitchen – but he has never looked back.

In the past years since, Ross has become known as a truly exciting and genuinely original performer and has received huge critical acclaim. He is a former Perrier Award nominee, Barry Award, and Time Out award winner for best live stand-up, and has won countless other prestigious awards and nominations. Ross was voted 11th in the 2010 Channel 4 poll of the 100 Greatest Stand Ups of all time.

Ross rose to mainstream popularity through making appearances on television, particularly interviews and on celebrity quiz shows such as Have I Got News For You. He has also released DVDs of several of his tours.  TV credits include top UK panel shows such as Have I Got New For You and QI.

Ross Noble


Maisie Adam


Maisie's comedy career kicked off in 2017, when she entered the nationwide So You Think You're Funny? competition (which has previously been won by many of her comedy heroes, including Peter Kay, Aisling Bea, and Tom Allen). Before she knew it, she found herself with a place in the Grand Final, held at the Gilded Balloon up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and on 24th August she won the competition, becoming only the 4th woman to have done so in its' 30-year history. The following year, Maisie was nominated for the Best Newcomer award at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for her debut show ‘Vague’, where she also won the Amused Moose National Comic Award.  TV credits include Celebrity Mastermind, Have I Got News For You, A League Of Their Own, Big Fat Quiz Of The Year & Live At The Apollo. 

Reginald D. Hunter

Since his first UK comedy gig twenty-one years ago Georgia-born Reginald D Hunter’s searingly honest observations both onstage and on TV and Radio have garnered him a cross-generational fan base.

During that time he has become one of the Comedy industry’s best-known performers for his distinctive take on the most diverse range of subjects. His work can be brutally honest and is often considered to be controversial but it is always meticulously thought out and he has never been afraid to face challenging issues head on even when the focus is on his own principles or beliefs.


Mike Wozniak


Mike is a writer/performer who made his directorial debut with the short film Sump starring Gemma Whelan, Daniel Rigby and Jeany Spark.

His TV credit’s include; capturing the hearts on the nation on Channel 4’s Taskmaster, appearing on Would I Lie To You, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Richard Osman’s House of Games and The Last Leg. His acting credits continue with Dave’s We Are Not Alone, BBC’s The Whitchfinder and Horrible Histories.

Through his live work Mike has won a number of awards including Time Out’s New Act of The Year 2008, Best Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival 2010, and was nominated for The Best Show at The Edinburgh Festival 2013.

Ivo Graham


Despite extensive grooming for more serious careers at Eton and Oxford, Ivo (now 32) has spent his entire adult life on the stand-up circuit, winning So You Think You’re Funny? aged 18 in 2009 and since establishing himself as, if not the UK’s poshest, then certainly its most apologetically posh comedian. With a bumbling charm to snare audiences of all ages, he’s detailed the various developments in his relationships/neuroses over seven sell-out solo shows, including 2019’s The Game of Life, which received nominations for Best Show and Best Joke at that year’s Edinburgh Fringe. He’s appeared on TV comedies including Have I Got News for You, QI, The Last Leg, Mock the Week, and Live at the Apollo, quizzed with varying degrees of success on Pointless, House of Games and University Challenge,

Clinton Baptiste


Clinton Baptiste is a character played by Alex Lowe, he is a clairvoyant, medium and psychic best known for his appearances on Peter Kay's award winning Phoenix Nights.

Jeff Innocent

Multi award winning comedian Jeff Innocent has reached legendary status among his peers and audiences alike by staying at the top of his game for over 20 years.

His unique appeal lies in the contrast between his east end 'geezer’ appearance and demeanour, and his educated, philosophical delivery and culturally relevant subject matter. 

Always original, he continues to cement his position within the history of British stand up comedians with his regular performances on the UK and world live comedy circuit and has recently acquired a whole new generation of fans, through his online viral video clips.


Stephen Bailey


Comedian, presenter, actor and writer, Stephen Bailey is a proud northern, working class, gay man.  The multi-award nominated star’s indecorous brand of gossipy humour has singled him out as one of the UK’s most sought-after talents for comedy and entertainment formats.

Jason Cook, the comedic maestro known for his unique blend of wit and warmth, has carved out a remarkable niche in the world of comedy. Born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, Jason's roots deeply influence his comedic style, characterized by an authentic, down-to-earth charm that resonates with audiences worldwide.


Jason Cook

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