The son of sports commentator Jim Rosenthal, Tom was a finalist in the 2008 Laughing Horse new act competition and the 2009 Chortle Student Awards. And in 2011 he was joint winner of the 2011 Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year title. He landed a central role in the brilliant Channel 4 sitcom Friday Night Dinner in 2011, as one of two Jewish twentysomething brothers (alongside Simon Bird) who revert to childhood roles at the weekly family meal, and has gone on to star in two hugely successful series'.click here for more info
One of stand-up comedy's true greats, Ed Byrne has performed countless sold out tours. A regular on TV, he's been seen on Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Have I Got News For You - and has even appeared on the Graham Norton Show five times. We expect this show at the wonderful Bedford venue in Balham, London to sell out so pick your tickets up soon.click here for more info
Neil Innes is best known for his collaborative work with Monty Python, The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band and The Rutles while his TV shows for BBC2, The Innes Book of Records has become a cult classic.
Here he performs a wry, poignant, humorous and topical one-man show, spiced with anecdotes of his life and times in the worlds of media and show business and packed with sharp observations celebrating the absurdities of modern existence.
Formerly the Robin to Stewart Lee's comedy Batman (or should that be the other way round?), Richard Herring has steadily established himself as one of the best touring comics in the UK since the duo's 'split' some years ago. Almost half of the WeGotTickets office saw him in Oxford last year, and everyone would recommend getting along to any of these shows to see a true alternative comedy great.click here for more info