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The comedian formerly known as Tinky-Winky in The Teletubbies, 'everyone's favourite compere' Dave Thompson has written for Harry Hill and published a novel.
'His one-liners and bizarre take on the world is genuinely laugh-out-loud material, such is his following that he has become a cult with students' (Funhouse Comedy).
Finalist in the 2013 Laughing Horse New Act Of The Year competition and Colchester New Comedian Of The Year 2013..
'Nice rhythm... clever and unique observations and writing' (Chortle)
'Always energises a room with his confident, likeable delivery and imaginative material' (Wivenhoe Funny Farm).
Cally is a natural storyteller full of intelligent, cheeky and punchline-rich material. Single parenthood and a successful transatlantic career delayed her ascent into stand-up, while dating failures ensured it had to happen. Her act is a rollercoaster ride of anecdotes, observations and stuff even your best mate wouldn’t admit to.
“Cally Beaton is an exciting and hilarious new talent, definitely one to watch. Sometimes you just know when someone’s got it – and she’s got it.” Time Out
He has appeared on numerous TV shows such as Punt And Dennis, Jo Brand's Through The Cakehole and Harry Hill. In addition to touring the country with his stand-up comedy, he has starred as part of Eddie Izzard's Improv team and has numerous radio credits on BBC and commercial radio.
'... like a bottle of HP sauce - fat, brown and fruity!' (Loaded)
'Likeable fast thinking Londoner' (London Evening Standard).
Jacob began stand up in 2013, and has crafted a friendly, energetic style that combines storytelling with subtle observations.
He has won Comedy Store King Gong Winner, Amused Moose Laugh Off Wildcard and Fresh Comedian of the year finalist, Brighton Fringe 2016.
“Top talent. Expect big things” – Oliver Tully, Grinstock Comedy
“Skittish energy and a nice persona. A triumph” – Steve Bennett, Chortle
Top comedian who, apart from his regular spots at The Improv and The Comedy Store, has performed all over the world. In 1996 he took his critically acclaimed one-man show, Get Off With Mark Maier, to Edinburgh where it garnered much further praise. This multi-talented comedian has a remarkable talent for accents.
'It's high time someone gave him a TV show of his own!' (The Guardian).
"Blessed with killer timing" (Metro).