Born and bred in Sunderland, Matt’s affable style has won him fans across the UK. He effortlessly plays with the crowd with a natural rapport that is found in few comics. Matt, always ready, never disappointing will always make a good gig – great. With so many gigs of every size under his belt, from 3000 to 30, there is pretty much no comedy situation Matt can’t handle. Having played all the major clubs in the country (Comedy Store, Jongleurs, The Roundhouse, The Glee) Matt is now also in great demand as MC for music festivals, burlesque nights and corporate occasions. As pleasant as he is wonderfully brutal Matt is a welcome addition to any comedy night entertaining the crowd while skillfully destroying any heckler that crosses his path.
A daft, inept yet adorable hospital radio DJ takes you on a hilarious broadcasting journey. This is a unique, wonderfully brilliant show, guaranteed to make you cry with laughter. The alter ego of comedian, DJ and actor Tom Binns.
‘Comedy Genius’ The Times
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.
Nick’s Doody’s career as a stand-up comedian got off to a pretty good start: while still a student, Nick supported Bill Hicks on his final tour of the UK, at Bill’s request. A finalist in the 199 So You Think You’re Funny new act competition, Nick has gone to be a familiar face on the comedy circuit and as a writer for such shows as BBC4’s Late Edition and Channel 4’s FAQ U, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Friday Night Live.