From his numerous television appearances and stage performances, audiences are becoming increasingly familiar with Lavell’s giant-sized talent.
They will fulfil all your nostalgic comedy cravings.
Mark has always had something refreshingly unique to offer the world of live stand up
An accomplished state of the nation stand-up
An ultra-polite yet stroppy English gent fully armed with cutting quips and gross over-reactions to minor inconveniences.
Veteran comedian Ed Byrne performs unrivalled social satire with a geeky, curmudgeonly persona that’s left crowds in stitches for over 20 years.
‘We’re funny, not miracle workers’ – stand-up comedy legend Brendon Burns’ no-holds barred interview on the Edinburgh Fringe.
Read the no-holds-barred chat in which Gina Yashere lets fly at the stand-up comedy industry’s inequality and politics.
Not one for simple gags, the legendary Hicks was all about making people think, often raging against consumerism and the mainstream.
Never afraid of courting controversy, Tommy who is best known for his mischievous take on life, embraces all its darkness and imperfections.
Glenn Wool is a ‘world circuit’ pioneer, conquering the globe with his own unique brand of sharply intelligent and honest stand-up.
As Kiwi as Hokey Pokey ice-cream and a pair of jandals, Dai Henwood considers himself to be one of those old school New Zealanders who still spells the word ‘school’ properly.
Dead-pan maestro Norman Lovett excels in laid back, surreal whimsy that’s made him a cult figure on and off screens.
With an unrivalled comedy pedigree, Richard Herring pushes boundaries comedically whilst subverting mainstream broadcasters.
A ferociously talented stand-up, writer, actor and poet – Sean Hughes pioneered lovingly crafted hours of autobiographical comedy.
Pun master Stewart Francis delivers double entendres with unrelenting intensity – prepare for your sides to ache.
With an infectious personality and a disarmingly direct style, Gina Yashere disrupts the status quo with her brilliantly wry observations.