Sports Impressionist, After Dinner Speaker, Stand up Comedian and Voice Over Artist
Aaron James is a sporting impressionist who has gained a reputation as a first class speaker.
Taking stars from a wide range of sports including football, rugby, cricket, boxing and golf, and adding hilarious comedy, makes Aaron James an experience not to be missed!
Barry Cryer’s variety work led him to the Windmill Theatre in London, a legendary school for comedians, whose graduates include Sir Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers, and it has since taken him to theatres around the UK.
BILLY FLYWHEEL is a comedy talent not to be missed. Laughs galore are guaranteed from this zany and most original of entertainers with his quick fire jokes, send-ups, impressions and bizarre happenings during his performance.
Yorkshire born Billy Pearce emerged from the fertile talent fields of Butlins where he was a red coat and the fruitful training grounds of the northern club circuit to become one of Britain's most talented comedians.
Bobby Davro is a British actor and comedian. He made his TV debut in 1981, but it wasn't until 1983 though, that he made his television breakthrough at Live from Her Majesty's.
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For someone who is fast becoming one of Britain’s most talked about comediennes, life is starting to move at a hectic pace for Crissy Rock.
In 2003, Dave released his first DVD, The Overnight Success Tour. Towards the end of 2004, he wrote the ITV comedy-drama, Dean Man Weds, which he also co-starred in, in 2005 with Johnny Vegas.
Denny Waters is one of the finest comedians to come out of Liverpool. His material is clean and topical, and will have any audience in stitches.
Having performed on Britain's Got Talent in 2008 to rapturous applause, Drew is a stand-up chameleon who combines stand-up comedy with impressions of famous people. His first TV gig was at the age of twelve when he won Opportunity Knocks on the Clapometer.
Gary Delaney is a regular guest on Mock The Week (BBC Two) and 7 Day Saturday (Radio 5 Live). His other TV and Radio credits include Robert’s Web (Channel 4), Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4) and Russell Kane’s Whistle-Stop Tour (BBC Radio 2).
Josh was intent on becoming a professional musician and songwriter but found his sense of humour increasingly taking centre stage. Three years ago, when a newspaper review described him as a “comedian”, Josh decided it was time to take comedy seriously and started writing and performing his own unique brand of stand-up comedy.
Kane Brown is a name which has become associated with fearless and bold comedy. He is honest, energetic, quickwitted and hilariously funny. This fast paced comic will leave you breathless with laughter. He is highly regarded by his peers. Being described as ‘the owner of the stage’ (Comedy Store).
Kevin Connelly is one of the stars of BBC2's and BBC Radio 4's highly acclaimed Dead Ringers series which won the prestigious Sony Radio Academy Award for Comedy. His impressions of public figures including Andrew Marr, David Dimbleby, Andrew Neil, Steve McClaren and Richie Benaud are uncannily accurate.
Lee Lard (Peter Kay Tribute) has over the past 3 years become one of the most successful comedy acts in the UK with his outstanding tribute to Bolton's funny man Peter Kay.
When it comes to comedy and Impressions, they really don't come much better than Les Gibson. Les Stormed in to the final of Britain's Got Talent in 2011 and has been in great demand ever since touring the length and breadth of the UK on corporate functions, sporting dinners and all major cabaret venues.
Lester Crabtree is an outstanding dynamic comedian with his own unique, cheeky, yet attacking style. Since his early days as a vocalist and impressionist Lester Crabtree has undoubtedly emerged as one of the most sought after comedians on the UK comedy & after dinner circuit today.
Lucy Porter - Chatty and charming stand up comedian and comedy writer whose TV appearances have included Mock the Week, Argumental and Have I Got News for You. She won Celebrity Mastermind for Children in Need.
Martin's professional career began over 20 years ago, when, as an eleven year old comedy impressionist, he first appeared on stage.
In 1976, Liverpool Comedian Mick Miller applied to go on the popular TV talent show, New Faces. He was accepted and won his heat. As a direct result, he was signed up for a national tour supporting Chuck Berry. Other tours followed, and in 1977 he was offered his first summer season in Morecambe.
Celebrity Impressionist Mike Maguire has been taking the comedy circuit by storm.
He has already appeared on national television with fellow Irish comedian Des O’Connor. His impressionist act has been earning him rave reviews from his live audiences – a recent gig at the Palace in Manchester had the audience screaming for more.
Miles Crawford is a versatile television and radio presenter, popular tv warm-up man, talented stand-up comedian, charismatic voice-over artist and one of the UK’s premier compere/host/mc within the corporate and comedy industry.
Patrick Monahan - Irish/Iranian stand up comedian from the north east of England. A regular in the comedy clubs and on TV, having won ITV's "So You Think You're Funny" and is always a big hit at the Edinburgh Fringe. A superb awards host. Most recently appeared in Tom Daley's 'Splash'.
Having started speaking at events back in 1998 at only 16 years of age, he has appeared at benefit dinners for many famous names including, Sir Alex Ferguson, Mark Hateley,Neil Lennon, Gordon Strachan, Artur Boruc, Lubo Moravcik and Maurice Malpas, he has also been the official guest speaker for the Clydesdale Bank SPL Awards Evening and The Scottish Sports Writers Dinner.
Paul Sinha - Medically qualified professional quizzer who is a regular on Radio 4 with his Citizenship Test and History Revision. Also frequently heard on News Quiz, Now Show and Just a Minute. Paul is best known for being one of the Chasers on ITV`s The Chase.
Paul Zenon, the original Fun Loving Criminal (other aliases include ‘King Con’ and ‘The Sultan of Swindle’!) is the UK’s leading comedy magician, with dozens of TV credits to his name including his very own hour-long one-man ‘street magic’ specials screened by Channel 4.
Her first role was at the Liverpool Playhouse in "Chicago" as "Mama Morton" which was swiftly followed by "Rose" in "Gypsy". Then followed many different roles including musical, comedy and straight roles. In 1992 she became Willy Russell's favourite "Shirley Valentine" and 'has continued to play "Shirley" all over the country.
Canadian Sean Collins has 25 years experience in stand up comedy, with initial success leading to ‘Best Male Stand Up’ nominations at the Canadian Comedy Awards, a Just For Laughs Gala set at Montreal and his own hour long special on Canadian television.
Tim Vine is the undisputed king of the one liners and before the welcoming applause has died down he'll have rattled off five or more jokes. The master of puns. He rattles off a barrage of one-liners so fast that you won't know what hit you. So quick is he that he once held the world record for the most jokes told in one hour with 499.
Tony Jo is a perfectionist and always performs to thehighest standards. On 3 occasions in recent years Tony has been awarded the prestigious After Dinner Speaker of The Year Award, in 1997, 1999 and 2001. Tony has that rare knack, that takes most Comedians years to be able to do, of being able to adapt to any audience, whether all male, all female or mixed.