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Anthony King is an outwardly normal looking bloke who turned to comedy after he was disowned by the Catholic Church for confessing in too much detail. (The last part of that sentence is only one perspective).
Having finally found a use for his twisted sense of humour, Anthony has gone on to perform at all the major comedy clubs across the UK and beyond, including performances in Germany, Spain, The Netherlands, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain.
On stage, he has supported Lee Evans, Eddie Izzard and Jo Brand to name just a few.
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.
"The gags get better and better" The Guardian
Paul T Eyres is an accomplished act with a very energetic, highly interactive and yet slightly surreal brand of humour. A natural at banter he charms the pants off any audience before hitting them with the killer punchlines. Paul has written for the BBC and Channel 4, winning the Shots in the Dark International Film Festival for his film comedy Officide as writer-director. * * * * "A proverbial hidden gem..." - Broadway Baby
Kiri Pritchard Mclean - With a charming stage manner coupled with a deft, quick wit it's easy to see why Nottingham Comedy Festival named Welsh comic Kiri Pritchard-McLean their Breakout Act of the Year. "Kiri was by far the funniest & quick witted, one to look out for in the future" - Leicester Mercury.
MC: Steve N. Allen. Stand-up, radio presenter, reformed northerner. Steve Allen has lots to says and finds a nice way to say it. From hosting phone-ins to MCing comedy gigs, Steve connects with the crowds. The act can be all topical, or all relatable subjects spanning dating to buying deodorant. “More than worth a look." ★★★★ - Three Weeks.