Stuart flourishes in developing surreal observations into absurdly logical conclusions, taking audiences on wonderfully meta-filmic journeys.
Likably laid-back Funmbi delivers unique observations on day-to-day life, his Nigerian roots and his Hackney upbringing.
One of America’s leading humorists and storytellers, Dylan’s wit and charm takes audiences on beautifully crafted autobiographical journies.
Armed with an eventful past, Fern’s stand-up really stands out from the crowd, fueling her dark and brooding humour with an admirable authenticity.
Expect intelligent political observations and anecdotes on life, dating, family and feminism – delivered with the warmth and deftness of a an expert storyteller.
Toby Williams’ morose character Dr George Ryegold prescribes horrifyingly funny anecdotes of medicinal depravity.
Absurdist, apolitical and confrontational; Teeuwen’s comedy ventures far beyond the mainstream, fusing all types of performance.
An audacious artist who challenges the nature of comedy with his own brand of inadvisable performances and highly honed surrealism.
An inventive sketch duo who pulsate silly sketches, illustrations and adventures with sibling charm.
Joe handles heavy topics with the care they require and shows that comedy doesn’t need to harm people.
Intensely engaging, John Hastings’ comedy filters his opinions through anger – creating a performance that’s impossible to ignore.
A self-deprecating but nonetheless natural comedian, Jonny Pelham draws on his experiences as the awkward misfit and constant outsider.
Fearlessly original, Jordan Brookes presents personal and observational subject matter through a theatrically absurdist lens.
The archetypal funny guy down your local pub, Danny McLoughlin has endless laughable anecdotes that will keep you hanging on his every word.
An idiosyncratic comedy performer, Danielle Ward brings pure quality to her live shows, podcasts and presenting – mastering all with ease and occasional darkness.
Rob Carter’s deluded novelist creation Christopher Bliss writes over three books a day and has a turn of phrase like no other.
This comic’s knack for spinning a hilarious and ultimately uplifting yarn is the perfect antidote to those millennial woes…
Firebrand stand-up comedian Brendon Burns has earned legendary status through his fearless, bold and provocative style.
Confident in tackling thorny issues, Kiri Pritchard-McLean commands rooms full of laughter with honest introspection and whip-smart quips.
Always teetering on the edge of decency, Bobby Mair revels in his own despair whilst dishing out some painfully honest world views.
A revered stand-up and writer, Lloyd Langford mixes topical jokes, anecdotes and observations into a constantly evolving comedy set.
With a relaxed demeanour, Mark Smith masterfully packs his shows with a diverse range of offbeat observations.
With a natural stage presence, Archie Maddocks’ comedy explores racial and social issues with razor-sharp gags and insightful storytelling.
Brutally cynical and hard talking Morgan Murphy pulls back the curtain on societal issues from the basic to the burning.
Dead-pan maestro Norman Lovett excels in laid back, surreal whimsy that’s made him a cult figure on and off screens.
The highly inventive Pat Cahill weaves wondrous comedy stories using offbeat songs and surreal sound samples.
A seasoned grand-master of comedy, Stephen Grant takes audiences through a riotous cavalcade of exasperated observations.
The multi-talented Steven Banks pioneered the one-man theatrical comedy show – a gem of the US comedy scene.
With darkly mischievous tones, Tim Renkow’s comedy tackles society’s fringe issues whilst subverting preconceptions.
Celebrating the minutia of life, comedian Tom Ward spins tales of his favourite unsung heroes – from cheap kettles to tupperware.
Stand-up comedian Ray Bradshaw performs witty and warm-hearted family observations in English and at the same time, sign-language.
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.
The gloriously outrageous Anna Mann is a tragic luvvie comedy character created by master of disguises Colin Hoult.
Armed with a laid back charm, Andy Field conjures up perfect puns and ultra-surreal yet strangely fathomable ideas.
The ever-inventive Simon Munnery has been pushing comedy boundaries for over 30 years with legendary prowess.
Eccentrically honest, Andrea Hubert excels in candid storytelling that captivates audiences.
Pun master Stewart Francis delivers double entendres with unrelenting intensity – prepare for your sides to ache.
Courter of the controversial, Alfie Brown compels audiences with his searingly honest world views.
With an infectious personality and a disarmingly direct style, Gina Yashere disrupts the status quo with her brilliantly wry observations.