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Martin Beaumont is a true old school stand-up: hilarious, gag filled comedy which just keeps coming. In 1998 he won Time Out Comedian of the year and his comedy career took off from there making him one of the busiest comics in the UK. He is a master of the one liner who can handle anyone from drunken grannies to boisterous rugby players. On television he has worked with Chris Tarrant on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, appeared in three series of football comedy drama Dream Team, and written for a huge variety of TV & Radio programmes.
SALLY ANNE HAYWARD
Effusive likeability and straightforward but effective - Sally Anne's small time country posh life versus feisty young stand-up circuit is a fabulous mix delivering clever observations and sharp punch lines.
"Exceptionally funny" (The Independent)
"It's easy to imagine Hayward at the 02 or guesting on QI. She is a crowd- pleaser and a straightforward observational comic, but so are most of Britain's favourite comedians today. Hayward is easily the equal of any of them" (The Skinny)
"Fantastic. Really made me laugh and will go far."_Max Bygraves, OBE "Hilarious ... deserves to be a superstar" (Norman Wisdom, OBE)
There’s a lot of quirky charm to Markus Birdman; a man at a slight angle to the universe, to coin a phrase. And just as the gags are left-field without being too weird; the delivery is cheery without being too ingratiating. He’s an engaging performer who's material is an eclectic mixture of observational and the surreal, with some wonderfully inventive lines or offbeat moments. Birdman has an incontrovertible ability to write a good joke. Even in well-explored comic territory, he can nail an unexpected line so perfectly that his routine is not the usual shilly-shallying of observational comedy, but an astute way of stringing together his gags, which he writes and performs with flourish.
JIM SMALLMAN (mc)
It's obvious that Jim Smallman is a natural born compere. He has such an easy rapport with the audience and tells his tales with a fluidity and energy that keeps everyone attentive. He could talk the hind legs off a donkey, but you suspect the donkey wouldn't really mind... He's an instinctive storyteller who draws out the humour in every anecdote. On the comedy spectrum, he falls somewhere between Frank Skinner and Dave Gorman... his silver-tongued banter is likely to charm most audiences.
"Wonderfully gritty.." - The Guardian