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Steve won the North West Comedian of the Year 1998 and was a finalist in 'So You Think You're Funny' in the same year. With support slots with the likes of Johnny Vegas, Peter Kay and Lee Evans, Steve comes highly recommended from the heavy weights of comedy themselves. 'Fancy dancing, quick one-liners and a whole lot of charisma' (Daily Post) 'Quite simply, fantastically funny' (BBC).
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Kevin knew he was destined to be a stand up comedian when at the age of just 8 months he fell ten feet down a stairwell and banged his head on a newspaper rack; because of this people have been laughing at him ever since. As soon as he steps on a stage the audience quickly realise they are in the company of a natural born performer! 'Very funny indeed. A poignant tale with lots of really good deadpan humour. He is a little like Eddie Izzard – but he made me laugh much more than Eddie Izzard ever could. Engaging, very slick and professional. Wonderful songs that had me and the audience in stitches. A very likeable comedian' (The Edinburgh Enlightenment).
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One of the fastest rising comics in the North, Rob Mulholland is a very odd man who is much less creepy than he looks. He is very tall and very funny. His jokes are rapid-fire, his jeans are too tight and his jackets were once owned by dead men.
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A Gloucester man born and bred, who has been appearing in the area since the early '90s. He performs extensively in the South West and Midlands and runs his own comedy club, A Shed Load Of Laughs, as well as hosting The Laughter Fountain and The Ridge. Described as a ‘bit of a latecomer to the comedy world’, Nik Hill is making up for lost time with a bizarre and diverse range of subject matter, sprinkled with a little self-deprecating humour.
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- Kingsholm Road
- GL1 3AX