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Funhouse Comedy Club
Martin comes from Northern Ireland, and after a successful career as a circus performer, he turned his attention on the unsuspecting comedy circuit. Having supported Frankie Boyle, Jack Dee, Lee Evans. Jasper Carrot, Patrick Kielty, Johnny Vegas, Steve Coogan, and once Tina Turner on Tour he is one of the most popular and well travelled comics on the circuit. His fiery insults often directed at audience members, are accepted with laughter when delivered by this gentle giant of a man. He has has performed at events ranging from the Hammersmith Apollo to a show for the inmates of an Italian prison, from comedy clubs to shows for the Royal Family. 'If your aim is to sit for an hour and laugh for as much as possible, you can't go far wrong with Martin Mor...' (Edinburgh Festival reviewer).
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Alfie is an original and distinctive comedian with his niche area as a serving police sergeant. He came slightly later to comedy and brings a wealth of insights and comedy moments from his eighteen years on the beat, where a keen sense of humour has been the key to his success and survival! Born and raised on a council estate in Sheffield he was an apprentice in the steelworks before joining the Police. Early on in Alfie's career he finished runner up in a national stand-up competition and was well and truly hooked. He subsequently served a whole new apprenticeship, honing his craft at comedy clubs all over the country. Alfie has an observational comedic style, which lends itself to witty, and sometimes gritty, anecdotes based on everyday modern policing. 'He's a very funny man' (Rhod Gilbert) 'Genuinely brilliantly funny' (David Mitchell) 'Very funny... a large dash of gallows police humour' (The Daily Telegraph) 'He walks the comedy beat with confidence' (Metro) 'Gloriously, life-enhancingly funny' (The Scotsman) 'His is a higher form of wit. delivered with lashings of good spirits and an effective slither of self-deprecation' (Chortle) 'Lots of well-crafted jokes and a large dash of gallows police humour' (The Sunday Telegraph).
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Former teacher and 'deadpan multimedia-ist'. He was nominated for the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2012 for his debut solo show Spontaneous Comedian. David offers up high energy commentary on celebrity culture and topical news stories using projection and an extremely effective frenetic style of video editing. Alongside his flourishing stand-up career David has also starred in ‘Nick Helm’s Heavy Entertainment’ for BBC Three and has appeared on ‘Live At The Electric’ (BBC Three) and Channel 4’s ‘50 Funniest Moments’ of 2012, 2013 and 2014. 'A creator of bold, category-defying comedy' (The Stage) 'His performances are intense, fearless and original' (LondonIsFunny) 'One of the most talked-about people in comedy right now' (The Guardian) 'His meticulous deconstruction and righteous exasperation makes him a master of the genre...' (Chortle) 'Perfect comedy' (Three Weeks).
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Fin Taylor has made a name for himself as one of the most talked about comedians working in the UK. A favourite of Edinburgh Festival audiences, his regular 5-star sell out shows have propelled him on to appearances on BBC2’s Live At The Apollo, The Mash Report, and 8 out of 10 Cats (E4), as well as Comedy Central’s Roast Battle and Live From The Comedy Store.
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A friendly and energetic act, whose quality one-liner gags and upbeat persona liven up any night, Spiky Mike is founder of Funhouse Comedy and resident compere at all the clubs, as well as performing paid gigs at clubs around the country for respected promoters such as Agraman and Mirth Control.
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