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Combining stories from his formative years in the East End of London with tales from his Caribbean cultural heritage, Quincy mixes both worlds to great comedic effect. The award-winning comedian has appeared on Comedy Central's 'Comedy Blue' and BBC Radio 1Xtra, BBC New Comedy Awards Finalist, MTV's Kojo;s Comedy Funhouse and BBC R4 Extra's Comedy On The Boat. Quincy is regarded as one of the best of a new wave of comics to come out of the UK, with a regular turnover of material and a stage presence second to none - that has put him among the most well respected comics on the scene.
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Decidedly dark and deliciously different – a one way ticket to a world you never knew existed. Despite being 'unique', she's warm and chatty and has built a cult following for her brand of confessional comedy. 'Outstanding comic, laughs just keep on coming' (Channel 4).
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A professional stand-up in Romania, Radu Isac is now making his way in the English speaking comedy world.
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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).
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- 35-37 Piccadilly
- ST1 1AP