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St Helens award-winning comic Johnny Vegas (born Michael Joseph Pennington) whose varied career spans work as a comic, actor, writer and director. Nominated for the Best Comedy Newcomer 2001. 'What can be said about this man? Probably the best comedian working in Britain today, bar none. Johnny's infamous live show, which has in the past included a potter's wheel, vodka relay races, tactical vomiting, arm wrestling, dancing, dead rabbits, singalongs and plenty of tears and laughter, is one of those things you must see at least once in your life' (Glee).
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Furious spoof UK News reporter Jonathan Pie has brutally honest views on the world of politics and entertainment. Known for venting his spleen in unguarded “off-camera” rants, Pie’s online videos have been viewed by millions worldwide. Pie is the brainchild of actor Tom Walker, who first brought the character to life in September 2015. He became a viral hit when he famously ‘lost it’ outside the Houses of Parliament, and his fan base has continued to gain momentum ever since. Tom’s co-writer is comedian Andrew Doyle, who started writing for Pie in December 2015. Since then they have collaborated on the live show, various pieces for television and radio, and weekly online videos including a response to the US election result which has had in excess of 130 million views.
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Lucy is a hugely talented comedy actress and writer. She was nominated in 2014 for Best Newcomer at the Fosters Comedy Awards for her debut show We Can work It Out. In 2012 she was the winner of The BBC New Comedy Award and won the Chortle Award For Best Newcomer. Lucy was a finalist in the Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year 2013 and in August 2011 she was also ranked joint third in the Gilded Balloon's nationwide stand-up comedy competition So You Think You're Funny?. 'She has that intangible something that gives her an innately charismatic stage presence. She's slight and vulnerable, a bit ditzy, and utterly charming... A star is born' (Chortle) 'Perfect for the times' (The Guardian) 'She's got the timing of Les Dawson... an absolute natural' (Johnny Vegas) 'Devastating comic timing' (The Stage) 'The next Victoria Wood in the making' (Arthur Smith) 'The stage Beaumont is a riot!' (The Scotsman).
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Starting life as a stand-up comedian, Matthew Horne had his big break on the Catherine Tate Show. He is best known for appearing on several BBC sketch shows and sitcoms, most notably Gavin & Stacey (as Gavin Shipman), The Catherine Tate Show, 20 Things to do Before You're 30, Teachers, Horne and Corden, and Bad Education.
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Writer, actor and character comedian whose creations include the hospital radio DJ Ivan Brackenbury and Ian D Montfort and The Spirit Comedium and his Ventriloquist Act 'Comedy Genius' The Times 'Comedy Genius' The Scotsman 'Comedy Genius' The Telegraph 'Comedy Genius' Time Out 'A Masterclass in improvisation, character comedy and mind reading' The Telegraph "Intelligent, magical, fantastically original and funny enough to kill you from asphyxiation" The Magic Circle Magazine "Binns has his character absolutely nailed, and mines the comic seam ruthlessly to create top-quality entertainment with practically universal appeal." The Guardian Chortle Award Nominee COFILMIC Best Sitcom Pilot Top 10 Fosters Comedy God Trident Comedy Award Finalist Double Sony Gold Award Winner Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee Twice Adelaide Comedy Award Nominee Twice Perth Comedy Award Nominee Top 50 Most Memorable Gigs of the Decade, Chortle Winner New Zealand International Comedy Festival 'Intelligent, magical, fantastically original and funny enough to kill you from asphyxiation' (The Magic Circle Magazine).
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Darrell Martin is the founder of Just the Tonic and Mad Dog Comedy Clubs and a finalist in 1997 Daily Telegraph Awards where, in his words, 'I f*cked it up'. In 1999 he supported Perrier Nominee Johnny Vegas on a 50 date tour of the UK and Ireland, with dates in Paris and Warsaw on the 'Walking Back to Happiness' tour. Darrell's material is a mix of observations taken down a ridiculous avenue, philosophical questioning of simple matter and some basic downright dirty stuff. His regular compering work has honed his ability to chat with the crowd, enabling him to pick up on fresh ideas, and weave material and improv.
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