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Winner of ITV's Show Me The Funny, this half-Iranian, half-Middlesbrough comic is a rising star on the comedy circuit. Full of an insatiable lust for life, his exuberant comedy greets the audience like a sex-starved spaniel would greet a trouser leg.
In 2012 he took part in Let’s Dance for Sports Relief on BBC, won Best Newcomer at the Loaded LAFTA Awards and Forth Radio Best Stand-Up People’s Choice Award for his hit show ‘Hug Me I Feel Good’. He played the role of the dastardly Captain Hook in ‘The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan’ at the Worthing Pavilion from December 2016 to early Jan 2017.
A natural-born performer, he exudes charisma from the stage (and often off it, when he scuttles into the crowd...!)
'High energy and conviction, his material is great; he's going to go far' (The Sunday Times)
'Omid Djalili meets Dave Allen' (Daily Mail)
'Monahan possesses the rare ability to be hilarious without being outrageous' (Three Weeks)
'The same mix of control and on-stage charisma as a young Alan Davies' (The Herald)
'Monahan is a supremely engaging performer, adored by his audiences and capable of some terrific comedy' (The Scotsman).
Patrick Monahan featured in Ents24's top hardest-working comedians list in 2018, 2017 and 2016.
Robyn started stand-up towards the end of 2011 and is now performing in clubs in London and across the UK.
'Brilliantly inspired American delivering a stream of extremely funny and very complex jokes... intricate... effortless' (Creative Cow Comedy Club)
'(Her) material is sharp, insightful, touching, but above all really, really funny' (Three Weeks)
'... engagingly chatty delivery... with honesty and wit' (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
'Robyn is effortlessly funny, with a transatlantic charm and British adopted sense of humour. She's a joy to watch, go see her now before the Americans take her
back!' (Patrick Monahan)
'... the sharp and shrewd Robyn Perkins...' (Funhouse Comedy).
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).