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As the only gay, Aspergic, quarter-Welsh comic on the British comedy circuit, Britain’s Got Talent 2018 helped to highlight Robert’s distinctive comedy genius. Known for his brilliant timing and anarchic performance style, Robert’s chaotic stage presence, improvisational skills and delivery saw him win the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality. A regular at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2010, his shows regularly impress critics and audiences alike, winning the hearts of the British public. His hilarious routines have also received over 6 million views on YouTube winning him legions of fans across the UK and beyond. 'Robert White, probably – no definitely – the only asperger, dyslexic, cross lateral, gay, quarter-Welsh, webbed toed comedian on the circuit' (The Guardian).
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Alfie’s firebrand style of comedy has been forged from years of pushing boundaries and experimentation. Natural stage presence combined with explosive material makes for a thrilling performance every time he hits the stage. Constantly evolving and striving for ways to innovate, Alfie can move from hour-long idea driven shows to tight sets in various clubs effortlessly. His material touches on introspective thoughts and considerations of the human condition as well as broader observations on social-political issues. All done in an accessible and hilarious way. An assertive, acerbic and compelling voice, Alfie has garnered critical acclaim throughout his career and continues to grow a fan base here and throughout Europe. With the benefit of being a young act with years of experience the future is bright for this phenomenal talent.
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Gabrielle Killick can only be described as breaking talent. Whether she is acting, presenting or performing stand-up comedy, Gabrielle has an extraordinary ability to wow the audience. Gabrielle took her one woman show to Edinburgh at only 22, won Best Newcomer for her acting at the Birmingham Festival and launched a stand-up comedy career, playing at some of the UK’s most iconic venues. Gabrielle has even tried her arm at TV presenting and anchored a number of TV reports. Gabrielle’s particular style of stand up comedy has been in huge demand and she has performed all over the country including The Glee Club in Birmingham, the Bearcat in Twickenham and the Roadhouse in London. One of the things that makes Gabrielle stand out is that she is comfortable in almost any role. Whether its angry Trish in “Days of Significance”, old Mrs Flint in “This Happy Breed” or even Peter, a vulnerable autistic 14 year old boy, in “Earthquakes in London” Gabrielle can always be trusted to rise to the challenge.
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Stand up comedian and regular compere at Monkey Business Comedy Club in Camden.
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