Comedian, actor and writer Alistair Barrie has been performing all over the world for nearly an entire century (this one). Much in demand as both a headline act and MC, he has performed throughout the UK and Ireland, as well as further afield in the States, Australia, Switzerland, The Netherlands, South Africa, Estonia, Mumbai, Antibes, Cyprus, Crete, Luxembourg, Bahrain, Qatar, Belgium, Prague, Dubai, Doha, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Norway, Hong Kong, Macau, Malta, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia and Athens as well as at the world's highest gig on a mountain in France and on a boat in the middle of the North Sea. Alistair is a member of The Cutting Edge team at London's Comedy Store and has made numerous radio and television appearances across the world. A regular at corporate events and festivals, he has taken six solo shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and written on several shows for the BBC, Channel 4 and Radio 4 and for a number of other comedians. He created and compered 'Bye George,' the comedians' farewell to George W. Bush, which sold out the Southbank's Queen Elizabeth Hall in January 2009. He is presently working on 'No Pressure to be Funny,' a monthly topical show and podcast at the Soho Theatre in in London's West End, with LBC's James O'Brien and former Perrier nominee Nick Revell, which was also taken to Edinburgh in 2012 for a Festival special in association with Amnesty International. Alistair also regularly reviews restaurants for his Food Ponce blog.
'A class act'
'Eloquent, slick and dynamic'
Nominated for ‘Female Comedian of the Year‘ and ‘Show of the Year‘ at the 2018 Swedish Stand-Up Gala, Evelyn Mok is the best thing to come out of Sweden since… IKEA? A stand-up comedian and actor born in Sweden to a father from Hong Kong and a Chinese mother born and raised in India, Mok challenges pre-disposed stereotypes with an unapologetic style and sharp witted hilarity. Shortly after moving to London, she was quickly selected for the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve and Just the Tonic’s Big Value Showcase also garnering finalist positions in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards and Leicester Square Theatre’s New Comedian of the Year Award. A seasoned live-act, she performs stand-up comedy across the UK and Europe, most recently supporting Josie Long and Paul Foot on their European tours. On television you can catch up with Evelyn on the likes of Chris Ramsey’s Stand Up Central for Comedy Central alongside the best UK comics and she was recently a guest on Nick Helm’s Eat Your Heart Out for Channel Dave. A talented actor, Evelyn has starred opposite Rhys Darby in the C4 Comedy Blap ‘Furious Andrew‘, Andi Osho’s Twin Thing comedy short for Sky Arts, and BBC3 Comedy’s Big Field, where she played various characters in the luxurious setting of a cold, wet British field to very funny consequences! She has also guest starred in Sam Simmons’ Comedy Blap, Wallstud: Spincycle for Channel 4, Tim Renkow‘s Comedy Feed, A Brief History of Tim for BBC3. In her native Sweden, Mok has appeared on the local versions of ‘Would I lie to you‘ (Tror du jag ljuger), ‘Fonejacker‘ (Telefonpiraterna), ‘Have I got News for You’ (Hårdvinklat) and ‘Evelyn’s videoblogg‘ her own 10-part webb-series based on one of her comedy characters, which she wrote and starred in for the Swedish National Broadcasting Network (SVT). Currently, Evelyn is developing her own sitcom with Emmy Award winning production company ME&YOU and has already performed a live-version of the script for an enthralled audience at The Soho Theatre in London. Certainly living up to Time Out Magazine’s statement ‘One to Watch’, this very talented comic is questioning the norms of convention and boldly breaking the mould of what it means to be a woman of colour in comedy.
BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017, Time Out Comedy’s One to Watch, The Guardian’s Top Ten Jokes of the Fringe 2017.
“honest and revealing comedy… both poignant and funny”
“Uncensored, unapologetic and… wildly refreshing”
“seamlessly weaves personal anecdotes with complex cultural and political themes”
★★★★ The Skinny
★★★★ The Student Newspaper
“proves herself to have an ambition, originality and wit that augurs well”
Paul Pirie began his Stand-up career in April 2004 after giving up acting to pursue the funny man that lies within and quickly established himself on the Scottish comedy circuit. It should be pointed out that at the time he was living with his Gran, having given away his flat in a pub quiz. Paul has had a consecutive succession of sell out shows at The Glasgow Comedy Festival, most recently in 2007, with his first solo show, “I Pirie the Fool”. Previous to this, his comedic ability was recognized in 2006 as he took second place in the Scottish Comedian of the Year Award, and his outstanding performances and comical writings were included in “Scotland 4 Australia 1″ in 2005 at the Glasgow Comedy Festival, which went on to have a further successful sell out run in the Edinburgh Fringe at the Underbelly the same year. In 2006 he teamed up with other comedians to form ‘Four Men and a Little Lady’, which again had sold out during the Glasgow Comedy Festival in 2006. In 2005 Paul joined esteemed popular comedy-improv group Dance Monkey Boy, Dance! (also featuring Raymond Mearns), and has helped with the development of the group. In 2006 ‘The Boys’ caught the attention of BBC Radio who recorded the show at the Glasgow Comedy Festival and since then, Dance Monkey Boy, Dance! have gone on to work under the watchful eye of the BBC to develop regular radio shows. ·
“…a most impressive physical comedian…”
“…a hilarious rubber faced clown…”
“Fizzing with energy and spewing out one-liners like he had just scoffed a dodgy prawn, Pirie is a man we will be seeing more of”
Clayton Has been doing comedy since 2013 and has established himself as a regular on the Uk comedy circuit. He has performed all over the Uk , with 2 one man shows at Edinburgh Festival 2015 and Leicester comedy Festival 2017. He is a Obsevational comedian that has gained followers all over the uk.
Last Minute Comedy Comedian Of The Year 2017
Finalist English Comedian Of The Year 2017
Finalist 2014 Southport comedian of the year
Finalist 2014 Frog and bucket World series
Finalist 2014 Hotwater Liverpool comedian of the year
" This dude has funny bones"
"Hotly tipped for big things in the future"
Blackpool comedy Station
"A comedy performance that has impressed many"
Frog and bucket comedy club