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Sara Pascoe is a British writer, stand-up comedian and actress. She has appeared in a number of television programmes - Campus, Live At The Apollo, QI, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Mock The Week among others - as well as an all-female sketch show and her own Edinburgh show, and runs comedy club The House Of Mirth. Sara's stand-up is influenced by her joint favourite heroes, Jodie Marsh and Winston Churchill. 'Always intelligent and occasionally exquisite' (The Independent) 'Pascoe uses erudite references as just one strand of an offbeat worldview, offset by moments of gloriously deliberate dumbness and delivered with nothing less than full-megawatt charisma' (The Guardian) '... defiantly idiosyncratic and highly accessible' (Evening Standard). Sara Pascoe was named in Ents24's top 20 hardest-working comedians of 2017 and 2016.
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Ground-breaking ventriloquist Nina is a star of BBC's Live at the Apollo, QI and HBO's Family Tree. Nina began her career as an actress at the Royal Shakespeare Company, before the genius and anarchic theatre director Ken Campbell inspired her to become a ventriloquist. In 2008 she won the prestigious Barry Award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for her solo show Complete and Utter Conti. In 2010, Talk to the Hand had sell out seasons in Edinburgh, London, Melbourne, the Sydney Opera House and New York. 'Put simply, Nina Conti is a genius' (The Daily Mirror) 'A gem... funny, poignant, novel’ (The Guardian) 'I laughed until I couldn't breathe' (Melbourne Age) 'Uproariously hilarious' (The Scotsman).
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The Eurasian stand-up’s cerebral charm has seen him become established on the airwaves. In 2016 and 2017 Phil appeared on Live at the Apollo (BBC2), Have I Got News For You (BBC1), Would I Lie to You? (BBC1), 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (C4), Dave’s Unspun With Matt Forde (as the show’s regular Asian Correspondent), Jack Dee’s Inauguration Helpdesk (BBC2) and Drunk History (Comedy Central). He has also written and starred in two series for BBC Radio 4 with his 2015 Foster’s Edinburgh Best Newcomer Award nominated sketch group Daphne. Winner of the 2010 Chortle Student Comedian Of The Year Award and Comedy Central Live Funniest Student Award 2011. 'Very promising up-and-comer' (The Independent) 'Slick, distinctive, and funny... A well-rounded young comic headed for greater things' (Chortle) 'Master of the intellectual dick joke' (Time Out) 'Certain belly laughs... astonishingly assured debut' (The Sunday Times) 'He's an intelligent, attuned observer and his thoughts reward attentive listening' (The Scotsman).
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Andrew is a very fine Irish comedian and BAFTA Award winner who can keep an audience focused with accessible and unpretentious topical comedy which has a pinch of his unique laddishness. 'I've seen the future of Irish Comedy and its name is Andrew Maxwell' (Irish Times) '... infuriatingly excellent... he delivers a superb set' (The Sunday Times) 'Stand up is rarely this politically well informed or thought-provoking' (The Scotsman) 'All you can do is revel in the mischief this comically attuned Dubliner makes... utter magic' (The List) 'A social sage for the fast changing world... a wealth of first-rate material' (Fest) 'One of the most significant comedians working in the country today' (The Independent) 'Expect pin-point accents, biting observations and suave stories... One of the best comics around. Blissfully funny' (Time Out).
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