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'Rhys James is a comedian who began performing in 2009 in student competitions such as Comedy Central's Funniest Student in 2010, and Chortle's Student Comedy Award. He made his Edinburgh debut as a performer for The Pleasance Comedy Reserve in 2010, and again in 2012 as a performer in AAA- Stand Up. He has also written material for Russell Howard's Good News (www.chortle.co.uk). He’s a super-sharp writer, with a ton of smart, intricately-written jokes and stories where you’re never more than a few seconds away from another punchline. 'Highly amusing' (The Stage).
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With her infectious laugh and high energy Rosie Jones brings 'huge laughs' (Chortle) and has quickly become a must-see act on the comedy circuit. The ex-television researcher was awarded second place in the Leicester Mercury's New Comedian Of The Year 2018, and has already starred on 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Last Leg: The Correspondents. With seemingly no end to her talents, Rosie is also an incredible actor, making her primetime debut as Serena in a Silent Witness two-part special.
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Tony is a triple Chortle award winner and was a Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award 2012 nominee. As seen on Have I Got News For You, Buzzcocks, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and more. 'One of the finest and funniest comics on the circuit... destined for comedy stardom' (Time Out) 'Form-busting and hugely enjoyable' (The Times) 'Clever and blithely zany' (The Daily Telegraph) 'To see Tony Law is to inhale deep breaths of comedy oxygen' (The Herald) 'An ever-changing, hard-to-contain, force of nature' (The Guardian) 'A fine celebration of the absurd, full of laughs like no other... a top-notch comic who marries a powerful delivery with some deceptively ingenious material' (Chortle). Tony Law was named in Ents24's top 20 hardest-working comedians of 2016.
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Max And Ivan
Critically-feted character comedy duo Max and Ivan are successful enough to have a profile on this website, sure. But which of them is which? Well, Max is the taller one, and Ivan generally has a moustache. Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominees 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Barry Award Winners 2013 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award Panel Prize Winners 2012. 'Max and Ivan are the real deal' (The Guardian) 'Undoubtedly superstars of tomorrow' (GQ).
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Eleanor Morton is a Scottish stand-up comedian who began performing in 2010. She has been a writer and performer with The Stockholm Syndrome and The Geek Comedy Night. She has also written sketches broadcast by BBC Two Scotland. In 2013 she was nominated for a Scottish Variety Award, and was a semi-finalist in the Chortle Student Awards. She is a Funny’s Funny Finalist 2011, and also performs with Jo Caulfield’s Comedy Collective. In 2012 she supported Josie Long on the Glasgow leg of her ‘Romance and Adventure’ tour and Mark Thomas for Unison Scotland in 2013. In 2014 she supported Tony Law for ‘Enter The Tone Zone’ at The Stand and Frankie Boyle at The Tron. Recent gigs include Children In Need and Glasgow Banter for BBC Radio Scotland, and a live read through of Frankie Boyle and Steven Dick’s radio 4 sitcom ‘blocked’. She performed a sell-out work in progress show at the 2014 Glasgow Comedy Festival. Eleanor performed her debut hour ‘Lollipop’ at The Stand Comedy Club in the 2014 Fringe. Eleanor is based in London and sometimes in Edinburgh, whenever she needs to leech off her parents
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