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Stand-up comedian and writer who has worked on various sitcoms such as the award winning BBC 3 comedy Ideal (where he also played Troy, a mad DJ who lived in the airing cupboard). He has been called ‘The Clown Prince of Manchester Scallies’. His barbed wit and daring approach keeps his audiences on their toes as he challenges them, whilst still managing to allure them into loving him.
Tony has also written for wide variety of comedians including Steve Coogan and Johnny Vegas.
'Always clever, often hilarious' (The Scotsman).
'A demon set and staggering stage presence...' (The Big Issue).
One of the best stand-ups on the London circuit and regular host at The East Dulwich Tavern. Winner of the 1995 Time Out Comedy Award, Gordon regularly plays to sell out audiences at the most prestigious clubs in the country including Comedy Store and Jongleurs.
His upbeat and energetic delivery combined with his fantastically funny observational comedy and quick witted improvisation has secured his place as an audience favourite.
'Hugely talented... Very funny' (Time Out).
Jamie Hutchinson is a nationally touring comedian, originally from Nova Scotia on Canada’s east coast, and now working out of Calgary, Alberta. He has performed on CBC, CTV, GlobalTV and The Comedy Network. He has shared the comedy stage with Joan Rivers, Norm Macdonald, Dennis Miller, and performed on the Reel Madness Comedy Festival with Will Ferrell and Colin Quinn. He played the part of “Rocket Ronnie” on the hockey episode of ‘Corner Gas’ and tours regularly with Brent Butt.
Comedy genius is an over used term and Damion Larkin is not a comedy genius. However, he really is very good indeed.
This former stockbroker quit his lucrative profession in August 2004 to live the dream and has never looked back. He went full time in 2005 and is now destitute, relying on state handouts and begging.
There are no genuine comparisons to this man. He is a versatile and creative comedian who always leaves audiences wanting more.
'Industrious in rotating his material... which is warmly and intelligently told' (Chortle)
'One of the country's top new comedians' (BBC).