Of Iranian descent, Khorsandi has become well known for her observations on the struggles facing Iranians living in Britain and of the current political situation in her home country. Her show 'Asylum Speaker' was a critical success, and her book 'A Beginner's Guide to Acting English' was also well received.
More recently, Khorsandi has established herself as one of the UK's top comics, with sold out nationwide tours and countless A-Grade TV credits to her name.click here for more info
Top stand up and star of the BBC's 'They Think It's All Over' Lee Hurst has a number of shows coming up - including at his own Backyard Bar, as well as dates for a new show titled Things That Make You Go Aaarrrgh - which looks at all those things that really push your buttons.click here for more info
He's hosted Live at the Apollo, sold out his three times extended live tour Lee Nelson Live Tour, had over two million people watching BBC Three's Lee Nelson’s Well Good Show; now it's time for him to return to the road, taking his top stand-up show across the country - expect a night of qwaliteeee jokes, games and banter when he hits your town.click here for more info
A circuit stalwart, Stephen K Amos made his Edinburgh debut in 2001, returned in 2003, and has performed there every year since. He has also appeared the Melbourne Comedy Festival every year from 2006 to 2009. On TV, he has performed stand-up on Live at the Apollo and the 2007 Royal Variety Performance and appeared on several panel shows, including Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week and The Wright Stuff.click here for more info