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Out Of Bounds Comedy At The Moody Mare : Geoff Norcott, Lee Ridley (Lost Voice Guy), Phil Jerrod, Rich Wilson
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He has many TV credits to his name including The Mash Report (BBC2), Question Time (BBC2) and Comedy Bigmouths (C5). He delivers an eclectic mix of dark material, impressions and politics with a confident smile and optimism. His shrewd standpoints on life make his anecdotes extremely captivating and leave his audiences wanting more.
'Master of anecdotal storytelling' (The Stage)
'Geoff Norcott is a comedian with a big future ahead of him' (Daily Mirror).
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BGT 2018 winner Lee Ridley, aka Lost Voice Guy, is disabled but not silent. Born with Cerebral Palsy, complications at birth resulted in Lee losing his ability to speak. Undaunted, Lee started performing stand up comedy in 2012 using an iPad tablet computer, and after an unprecedented meteoric rise and publicity from local and national press, is now headlining comedy clubs across the country.
'A wondeful comedian' (Matt Lucas)
'A very funny guy' (Ross Noble).
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'The most original new comedian I've seen in ages' (Adam Bloom).
'Such a brilliant set – well observed, well written and funny obvs' (Josie Long)
'Smart, polemical and witty observations full of insight and devoid of cliche' (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
'Easily the most assured act on the night – he is clearly going places' (Bruce Dessau, Beyond A Joke)
'A fantastic set of perfectly delivered, perfectly timed and perfectly glorious comedy' (Broadway Baby)
'An epic monologue of first world observations and paranoia. The highlight of the night' (Bournemouth Daily Echo)
'Made me genuinely laugh out loud' (The Brighton Argus).
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Rich Wilson has loved comedy ever since his older next door neighbour gave him a cassette of Eddie Murphy - Delirious.'It was the most mindblowing thing I'd ever heard. My young ears had never heard language like it.'
His comedy aspirations lay dormant until he got a job as a barman at a comedy club in Greenwich, South London. Then in 2004 following some back slapping by those around him, Rich Wilson hit the stage and even amazing himself, hasn't looked back since.
'Highly entertaining' (Time Out)
'Effortlessly funny, smart and filthy. Recommended' (Leicester Mercury)
'He's a very, very funny man' (Frank Skinner).
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