One of the brightest stars working on the British comedy circuit, Manchester based Justin Moorhouse is a talented stand-up comedian, writer and actor – not to mention an award-winning radio presenter and a household name in his native North West.
Since starting stand-up in 2014, Simon has gone on to quickly establish himself as one to watch, hotly-tipped by promoters and acts alike. He can be seen performing regularly at some of the biggest and best comedy clubs throughout the UK.
Daisy is one of the fastest rising stars in Scottish comedy today and is attracting plaudits and accolades at an alarming rate.
Having won Best New Comedian at the Scottish Variety Awards 2015, she was then crowned Scottish Comedian of the year in the same year (making her the first ever female winner.) She then followed this up with a sell-out show at the Adelaide Fringe and returned to the UK to scoop the Best Newcomer prize at the Chortle Awards 2016.
Lost Voice Guy
Lee Ridley (aka Lost Voice Guy) is the first stand-up comedian to use a communication aid.
Lee won Britain’s Got Talent in 2018 and the BBC New Comedy Award in 2014. Lee’s other credits include Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions (ITV), America’s Got Talent: The Champions (NBC), Comic Relief (BBC One), Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), The Last Leg Of The Year (Channel 4), Comedians Giving Lectures (Dave), Jerk (BBC Three) and The Now Show (BBC Radio 4). Lee has co-written three series of Ability (BBC Radio 4) which he also stars in. They were shortlisted for Best Radio Comedy in the 2019 Writers’ Guild Awards and Best Scripted Comedy in the 2019 BBC Audio Drama Awards.