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The Saturday Show: Brendon Burns, Diane Spencer, Kevin Shepherd, Marc Jennings, Ashley Storrie
"The big weekend comedy showcase with 5 comedians."
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Noisy, manic and in-your-face comedian from Australia. This foul-mouthed antipodean is known as a masterly exponent of his art, intelligent and hilarious, railing against bigotry without preaching and taking the audience to the edge of their belief systems with his full on comedy routine. Brendon has appeared on The 11 O'clock Show and The Stand Up Show.
'The most jaw-droppingly awkward, painful, yet ultimately rewarding piece of stand-up we've ever seen' (Time Out)
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2011 Chortle Best Newcomer and Best Emerging Comedy award Nominee from Adelaide fringe.
'Spencer mesmerises the crowd... not to be missed' (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)
'Simply a joy' (List)
'One of the most exciting comics on the Fringe... personable, hilarious and ballsy' (Broadway Baby).
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Kevin's friendly face and manic energy are proving successful with all types of audience when he has compered and performed sets at gigs. His mission to entertain the world has only just begun. A charming young chap with cheek, humour, wit and a smooth delivery that would do any midwife proud. Lots of life, lots of gags and quite a few kids to his name!!
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Hilarity Bites New Act Of The Year Finalist 2014.
'Absolute quality... clever, funny material' (Mark Nelson).
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Ashley got her first acting part at the age of three as 'the wee girl in the metal tea urn' in the movie Alabama.
At five, she was playing the lead child in a TV ad for Fairy Liquid soap powder - directed by Ken Loach!
By 1996, aged ten, she was cast in the lead role of the independent film Wednesday's Child, which received enthusiastic reviews when screened in the British pavilion at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.
Aged eleven, Ashley performed her first ever stand up comedy routine at the International Women's Day celebrations in Glasgow and went on to do stand up in London supporting the likes of Omid Djallili and Donna McPhail - and she appeared on the London Tonight TV show.
In 1999, still only thirteen, she wrote, produced and performed her own show What Were You Doing When You Were 13? at the Edinburgh Fringe, becoming the youngest ever stand up in the history of the Festival. She received rave reviews and was guest presenter on the Disney Channel that same year.
She was also offered a chance to appear in the Jay Leno chat show on US TV but decided she preferred to go on a school trip to the Lake District!
She continued to perform comedy in pubs and clubs around Glasgow and the UK until she took up PR and started her own small business, aged sixteen, at the Edinburgh Fringe… promoting stand up comics and theatre groups.
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