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A dab hand at singing, acting, presenting, stand-up comedy and playing guitar, Jonny Awsum has a crowd-pleasing set that's seen him smash thousands of gigs all around the world.
Jonny's musings include everything from the white lies he tells his girlfriend to his new home town of Croydon and the memory of his first love at eight years old. He has presented for Sky Sports, been warm up act for Big Brother and Loose Women and also starred in several adverts including Cravendale, The Post Office, Experian and even Puntigamer beer in Austria.
'With his guitar and musical parodies he amuses his audiences charming them with his warm and friendly persona, his style of audience participation is second to none' (Funhouse Comedy).
Multi-award winning, Dominic Holland has been a professional comedian for more years than he cares to recall.
With countless television and radio appearances including Have I Got News For You and The Royal Variety Performance, Loose Ends and The News Quiz, as well as his two BBC R4 series – Dominic’s quick wit and accessible material has allowed him to tour the UK constantly and establish himself as a firm fixture on the comedy scene.
Stand-up comedian who made his performing debut in February 2008 and has since progressed from open spots and gong show competitions to regular paid work and a growing reputation.
Pete is comfortable with a set from 5 to 20 minutes and has also proved himself to be a very popular MC / compere and after dinner speaker.
'Well written, hard hitting gags that just keep coming…. if every act was half as good you'd have a blinder' (That Time of the Month, Newport Pagnell)
'Excellent. He starts with a strong series of gags... and gets better from there' (Martin Mullaney, Cheeky Monkey Comedy, Birmingham)
'A mature comedy performance that had the audience eating out of his hand' (Nigel Rushby, TNT Comedy)
'What a performance... ballachingly funny' (Paul Savage, Speakeasy Comedy)
'Epitomised the taking of difficult, painful situations in life and turning it into great comedy' (Lou Chawner).