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3 of the best Pro comedians from the UK Circuit will be performing cutting edge stand up at Dustons premier venue...
Mitch Benn is not only one of the most sought-after acts on the comedy circuit but is widely acknowledged as one of the best writer/performers of comic songs in the country. Mitch began his comedy career in Edinburgh in 1994. He moved to London in 1996 and quickly established himself as a comedy club "headliner" as well as a favourite on the university circuit.
Mitch is a regular writer and performer on "The Now Show" for BBC Radio 4 and "It's Been a Bad Week" for BBC Radio 2. Three series of his successful Radio 4 show, "Mitch Benn's Crimes Against Music" have been broadcast so far. He also presents "The Mitch Benn Music Show" on BBC Radio 7.
"Although the UK has a fine tradition in producing top- notch musical comedians, we have recently been left in the dust by the arrival of acts like Tim Minchin and Tenacious D, two acts who have found international stardom holding a tune as well as splitting their audienceís sides. This is where Mitch Benn comes in. Not exactly a new name on the comedy circuit, Benn has spent the last few years quietly composing some of the best rib-ticklers youíll ever hear." Tom Goodwyn, Oxford Times
Multi award-winning comedian Nathan Caton has been active on the UK comedy circuit since the tender age of 19. He excels in combining both personal, confessional material with up-to-date social and political anecdotes. This has won him numerous credits and plaudits over the years and has made him one of the hottest rising young stars on the circuit.
He started comedy while studying architecture at University and within his first full year of gigging he had built up a solid reputation having performed at the Edinburgh Festival, finishing as a runner-up in the Amused Moose Comedy Search and winning the award for Chortle Student Comic of the Year.
In 2006 he continued gigging and was rewarded with a nomination for Best Newcomer, at the Black Entertainment Comedy Awards, and made his first TV appearances on Richard Hammondís 5 oíclock show and Little Miss Joycelyn, amongst other radio work. In 2007 Caton appeared on ITV2ís Comedy Cuts, returned to the Edinburgh Festival to perform in a two-man show, and in October 2007 he got his biggest break when his debut comedy pilot The Nathan Caton Show aired on Paramount Television.
Catonís first Edinburgh show in 2009 entitled Canít Tell Me Nothiní got him rave reviews from critics including The Guardian, EdFest and Three Weeks and earned him guest writing spots with BBC Radio. After doing his second Edinburgh show entitled Breakfast At Stephanieís to similar praise Nathan is continuing to gig up and down the country and is also working on a pilot for BBC Radio 4.
"Caton is probably the most exciting young black comic on the scene" Fest
"laidback, on-the-nose material, chopping down fools of all colours, both in day-to-day life and in the media" The Guardian
"a slick performer with an unbeatable stage attitude " Chortle
& Sunna Jarman
"Sunna Jarmanís light hearted comic style finds you laughing at yourself and the world you live in. Not to be missed!", Talksport