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Alasdair won New Act of the Year (formerly Hackney Empire) in 2014 and has featured on BBC radio as a comedian and sketch writer. He’s performed stand-up across the UK, in the Glastonbury Cabaret Tent and at the Edinburgh Fringe as part of the Pleasance Reserve. He won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year in 2017.
"Britain's leading New Testament impersonator." - Alasdair Beckett-King
“A bold and fresh comedy voice.” The Stage
“Delicious writing and exceptional observations.” Chortle
“A suave stand up with some killer lines.” Arthur Smith
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
Award-winning comedian and writer. He is a co-writer on Alistair McGowan's Big Impression, and a former winner of Channel 4's So You Think You're Funny competition. A master of acutely observed character monologues, combining the sinister and surreal with brilliant sardonic wit.
'A delightfully sour hour, excellently executed' (Evening Standard)
'Sinister and surreal comic creations this side of The League of Gentlemen' (The Sunday Herald).
Having trained at Mountview Theatre School, Celia trod the boards of British theatre for five years.
She combines pathos, dark humour and casual sexiness into a consistently funny act, which earned her a Best Newcomer nomination in the London Cabaret Awards 2015.
Don's unique set combines both razor sharp one-liners, with humour about having Dyspraxia (organization and co-ordination difficulties) and mild traits of Asperger's Syndrome, and the effect it has on people, while coming from a middle class Indian family. Also thrown into the mix are quirky observational, political and topical humour.
'A phenomenal gag teller with an engaging stage persona, Don Biswas shows all the signs of a truly great comic' (Hecklers Comedy Club).