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Gavin Webster's style of comedy is loud, sharp and controversial - and audiences love him for it. A definite Geordie, Gavin has superb stage presence. His material is bold and provocative yet delivered in a charming manner - which has brought him much praise and attention.
Gavin has now established himself as one of the most exciting talents to emerge on the national comedy circuit in recent years. After turning his back on the comedy double-act, he went solo in 1995 and hasn't looked back.
Gavin performed in Does Doug Know with Daisy Donavon for Channel 4 as a regular team captain and currently performs at every major comedy venue throughout the UK including the prestigious Comedy Store's 'Men At Work' topical comedy night. He has supported Lee Evans, Jack Dee and Phil Jupitus on tour.
In 2014, Gavin was voted UK Circuit Comedian of the year by his fellow comics.
In the last year Jess Fostekew has performed on Stephen K Amos' new BBC Radio 4 show, she's appeared on BBC Breakfast (BBC1) four times and she has supported Micky Flanagan and Terry Alderton on tour across the UK. She's a writer on Channel 4's Stand Up For the Week and on BBC Radio 4's The Now Show, News Quiz and Newsjack. "Fireball of Fun" - Timeout.
Since his stand up debut in February 2008, Pete Teckman has made the progression from open mic nights and gong shows through to regular paid work thanks to his ability to produce laughs from any audience. He has a mix of self deprecating and observational humour as well as some surreal flights of fancy and a liberal sprinkling of well crafted gags. "Well written, hard hitting gags that just keep coming."
Our MC is James Cook. James is a professional comedian based in Birmingham, UK, with over 1,000 gigs worth of experience as an act and compere. His act has been described as “truly original” (Danny Wallace (off of the telly)) whereas he’s been called “suave and chirpy” by that publishing powerhouse, the Bromsgrove Advertiser, and a “sarcastic raconteur” by the Leeds Metro.
His two favourite quotes are that he “destroyed my concrete belief that all comperes are twats” (eyeonmoseley.com) and that “his quick tongue and dry sense of humour kept me laughing” (BBC Tees).