Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Paul Sinha is a qualified GP and international stand up comic of many years standing, having performed in all major comedy clubs in the UK, as well as China, Auckland, Singapore, the Middle East, South Africa, Netherlands and Germany.
Paul's second full length solo show 'Saint or Sinha' received widespread critical acclaim at the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was nominated for the if.comedy award (formerly the Perrier).
Since then Paul has been in great demand, whether on TV shows such as Edinburgh and Beyond, World Stands up, Comedy Shuffle and Comedy Cuts, on Radio 4's Loose Ends and the Now Show, or his numerous contributions to Radio 5 Live and Talksport, as well as having recorded for Shane Warne's Ashes podcasts.
'Wonderfully inventive and intelligent’ (Evening Standard)
'One-liners are delivered with the crisp clarity of cut glass. Highly original' (Metro)
'Universal anecdotes as warmly delivered as you would find anywhere... it's a
pleasure listening to him... Opinionated, witty and smart – Sinha is the certainly one of the comics Fringe goers should be flocking to' (Chortle)
'His confidence on stage was excellent and his talent for adlibbing and summoning gags off the cuff were very funny' (BBC Online).
John started his comedy career in May 1999, and just two months later he was participating in his first fringe of the Edinburgh Festival in 'Stand up Scotland' - a showcase for the best new talent emerging on the Scottish circuit.
Since that time he has gone on to complete five runs in Edinburgh, won the 'Spike Milligan Award' for new talent 2003, and worked as a sketch performer on numerous BBC TV pilots.
Having previously hosted shows for the likes of Ross Noble, Michael McIntyre and Reginald D Hunter he is well respected on the comedy circuit and always in demand.
'... cheeky, commanding and always oozing charm his hilarious tales of class-based woe never miss the mark and are delivered with killer punch lines...' (Funhouse Comedy).
Jenny Collier moved from the Welsh mountains to London in 2010 to embark upon a career in stand up comedy, making the final of So You Think You're Funny in August 2013.
'Fast-paced wit... Quick and clever' (www.theupcoming.co.uk)
'Refreshingly original... Excellent' (Broadway Baby)
'Makes vitriol adorable, delivers funny dark material as though butter wouldn't melt'
'Ace... Strong set... Strong persona' (London is Funny)
'... the refreshingly innovative and quick-witted Jenny Collier' (Funhouse Comedy).
English Comedian Of The Year 2014. In the same year Jack was short listed for BBC Radio New Comedy Award finals. Jack Campbell began performing stand-up whilst at De Montfort University, Leicester in 2010 and has been gigging regularly since.
Jack has gigged in Germany, Australia, Estonia, Finland and Latvia.
2015 saw Jack perform his first One man show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. And was invited by the same venue to return with his 2016 show.
'Funny and refreshingly inventive' (House of Stand Up)
'100% Funny, gets hearty laughs' (Broadway Baby).
A friendly and energetic act, whose quality one-liner gags and upbeat persona liven up any night, Spiky Mike is founder of Funhouse Comedy and resident compere at all the clubs, as well as performing paid gigs at clubs around the country for respected promoters such as Agraman and Mirth Control.