We have now confirmed all of our comedians for the evening.
His book ‘Spandex Ballet’ reached the top ten in Comedians Biographies on Amazon UK.
He was in an all male Spice Girls tribute act before spending a decade as a professional wrestler and then trying his hand at stand-up.
Managing the difficult trick of being both odd and relatable, his jokes veer between the clever and the silly and deliver more than their fair share of belly laughs.
He has written for Radio 4 and appeared on BBC Radio’s Jesting About as well as 4 Extra’s ‘History of Geordie Comedy’ and wrote and starred in a sketch for ITV’s coverage of the Rugby World Cup and CBBC’s Wolfblood premiere.
He hosts the succesful ‘Which is the Best?’ podcast and has a Youtube video with 2.5 million views, on which most of the comments are from American’s telling him they can’t understand his accent. He also hosts The Footbaaaall Show at The Stand Comedy Club where he, along with co host Gavin Webster, interviews various footballers.
“Quirky and original – the highlight of the night” – Giggle Beats
“Very funny” – Manchester Evening News
“Had everyone on their feet – Sublimely ridiculous.” – Northern Echo
“A brilliant performance.. Pure genius!” – NARC Magazine
“Subtle genius”- NE1 Magazine
Carl Hutchinson – Opening act
The Geordie is back! Expect the usual from Hutchinson: killer gags, hilarious stories and his trademark twisted logic that has made Carl a must-see fixture in the comedy world.
It’s fair to say that “Hutchinson has it all” (Broadway Baby) See one of the UK’s most in-demand comedians! “The comedy catalyst to a great night out.” (Three Weeks)
As seen on Comedy Central’s The Chris Ramsey Show and rocking the Support slot on Chris Ramseys Sold out national tour.
‘An absolute must… the next big thing!’ (Skinny)
Will Duggan has been performing comedy since 2009 and since then has cemented himself as a dynamic and interesting performer in comedy clubs around the country. He mixes stories and gags with a cheerfully cynical view of the world.
Will has provided tour support for Justin Moorhouse, Hal Cruttenden and Gary Delaney, and he recently recorded an episode for the comedy Turtle Canyon Lectures.
In 2016 he performed his debut solo hour entitled ‘A Man Gathering Fish’ in the Pleasance Courtyard. In 2015, Will Duggan performed at the Edinburgh Festival as part of The Lunchtime Special, Big Value Comedy Show and Funz & Gamez, all of which regularly sold out.
Anthony’s devilishly droll deadpan humour, masterful timing and delivery of a stream of one-liners combine to make him one of the most polished performers on the circuit. His act is a combination of his own true-life experiences mixed in with a whole bunch of lies.
TV appearances include Granada’s Mad For It, Meridian’s House Of Fun and UK Gold’s Live At Jongleurs.
‘King of the one-liners’ (BBC London Live)
‘Anthony King with his droll deadpan humour and sharp one-liners… His mix of stand-up, dark, dry, silly and disturbing songs are both amusing and intriguing’ (Funhouse Comedy)