Dave Green (Comedian)

June 27, 2018

Dave Green has been doing stand-up comedy since 2011. Since then his surreal one liners and deadpan delivery have fast proved popular with audiences and promoters alike. In 2013 he won the wild card vote in the BBC New Comedy Award securing him a place in the semi final which was broadcast on BBC Radio 2. In 2014 he was nominated by a panel of industry professionals to take part in the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year. He is also a finalist in the Leicester Square New Comedian 2012 and is the winner of the Comedy Knights Fresh Comedian 2014.

 “Fantastically original gags”
- Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke 

"A keen eye for the absurd" - Wee Review

“Could be a contender to follow in the footsteps of Milton Jones”.
- Steve Bennett, Chortle

Highly watchable deadpan style
– What’s on London


Adele Cliff (Comedian)

May 30, 2018

Adele is a stand-up comedian who already has two Edinburgh Fringe Festivals under her belt. She has recently returned from three months in the States where she trained in improv and comedy writing at the world renowned Second City Training Centre in Chicago and gigged extensively in Chicago and New York City.

Her many stand-up gigs include Leamington Comedy Festival, Bath Comedy Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival, Nottingham Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival Manchester, Brighton Fringe Festival, Great Yorkshire Fringe Festival, Backyard Comedy Club, Angel Comedy, The Stand, Komedia Brighton, Vegfest, Mirth Control and Glee Club, Birmingham amongst many more.

In the US Adele has performed at The Laugh Factory, Gotham Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, The Comic Strip Live, Zanies Chicago and The Second City.

Awards include;
Dave’s Funniest Jokes of the Fringe 2017 & 2016
Huffington Post’s Ten Must See New Acts Edinburgh Fringe 2016
Finalist Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2016
Finalist Bath Comedy Festival New Act of the Year 2016
Semi Finalist New Comedian of the Year 2016
Semi Finalist Laughing Horse New Act of the Year 2015

“It’s rare to see a female comedian who specialises in one liners and Adele does this with great accomplishment. The skill of joke writing coupled with her likeable stage persona, mean that Adele is a very promising comic talent. Her material is consistently intelligent, witty and, most importantly, very funny.” – Lynne Parker, Founder, Funny Women.

“I find her really annoying to watch, as I’m constantly kicking myself for not having thought of those gags first.” – Gary Delaney


Conor Drum (Comedian, Actor)

April 27, 2018

'Brilliant' (GetReading.co.uk)

‘Delivers high quality material’ (Skinny)

'A skilled raconteur' (MumbleComedy)

Conor Drum is an actorcomedian and writer from Dublin now based in Central London, he has performed on both RTÉ and the BBC's New Comedy Awards and has worked in entertainment for several years. He has appeared in several national commercialsshortsvoice-overstelevisionand film projects. 

A regular on the UK comedy circuit, Conor has performed comedy all over the world fromBarcelona to Los Angeles and South Africa. He has also brought several successful shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival including the acclaimed 'All My Friends Are Dead'. 

Over Christmas 2017 Conor opened for Jeff Garlin(Curb Your EnthusiasmThe Goldbergs) over several nights, during his sold out Soho Theatre run.

In 2014 Conor went to New York as the star of Irish comedy Scratch, which was named one of the Top 12 Short Films of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conordrum/ 

Twitter: @conordrum 



Trev Tokabi (Comedian)

March 28, 2018

Trev is currently preparing for his first solo show, full run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 called "Cool Story Bro'!". He will also be doing a work in progress at the Hastings Fringe. If you can't particularly wait that long, he will be doing a spot on March 15th at Top Secret in London.

Twitter: @trevtokabi

Insta: @TrevTokabi

Facebook: Trev Tokabi


Ben Clover (Comedian)

February 28, 2018

Ben Clover is a stand-up and writer based in London. Over the years he has written and performed one-man shows on local newspapers and inheritance tax as well as performing at an Oxford Union debate and the Cambridge Science Festival three times. He gigs regularly across Britain and will be taking his fourth solo show to the Edinburgh festival in 2018.

Twitter: benclover_



Zack Dyer (Comedian)

January 31, 2018

Zack Dyer is a comedian hailing from North Queensland, Australia. Having performed in Queensland for several years, Zack then moved south to Melbourne and found success after winning RAW comedy, Australia’s biggest national comedy competition. The prize for winning was a trip to Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the opportunity to compete in the coveted So You Think You’re Funny competition. Although he didn’t win the entire competition, he did win the hearts of several audience member who “thought he was very good” When not writing and performing comedy, Zack enjoys playing video games and getting likes on social media.

Twitter: @localfunnyman

Instagram: @localfunnyman

Facebook: Zack Dyer


Jez Watts (Comedian)

December 27, 2017

Jez has been a comic for 5 years and has already notched up an impressive list of achievements. He’s about to start touring his third straight solo show in as many years and has sold out shows in Perth, Sydney and Scotland. He’s the creator of comedy production company Infinite Jest Comedy, host of the touring festival juggernaut The Nasty Show and of podcast Brief Interviews With Hideous Men. He’s also supported the international tours of Brian Posehn (USA), Duncan Trussell (USA), Joe Mande (USA), Sami Shah (PAK) amongst others, and regularly tours Australia performing in the best venues the country has to offer. Right now he’s prepping for his 2018 solo festival show “1” Comedy Great Fun Jez Watts SEO Nightmare, which will be touring festivals around Australia and the Edinburgh Fringe.

Twitter: @infinitejez

Instagram: @infinitejez

Facebook: @infinitejez Website: www.InfiniteJez.com


Andy Storey (Comedian)

November 29, 2017

Born and braised in the north of England.  BBC New Comedy Award Finalist 2015.  Andy Storey is one of the most exciting and idiosyncratic rising stars of the post alternative comedy scene.  His deliciously dry sense of humor, and effortless performance style mark him out as a refreshing albeit positively cynical new voice in comedy.

Andy started comedy in November 2010, and since then has been remarkably prolific, finding him in the finals of six major comedy competitions.  Notably "One to Watch" runner-up at the world famous Up the Creek Comedy Club & Leicester Square New Act of the Year.

Andy is taking his brilliant debut hour show 'Awkward' to the Edinburgh Festival 2018.

"Andy Storey looks like a beatnik genie in a bowling shirt... He tells a truly funny story." Ed Fest Mag 4 Stars ****

Twitter: @funnystorey

Instagram: funnystorey


Lubo (Comedian)

October 25, 2017

Lubo began performing stand up comedy in December 2015, he has since developed into a hugely engaging and exciting comedian, performing all over the country and establishing himself as one of the most exciting new acts on the circuit.

He won Eastbourne new Comedian of the Year in May 2016 and was a semi-finalist in the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year. The following month he performed to over 2,000 people. In February 2017 he performed his first solo show at the Stratford Circus Arts Centre to a sold out crowd. His show was picked up for a foreign TV show to be broadcast in 2018.

His set often features story telling, audience interaction and routines about growing up in a Zambia and living in London. 


Twitter: @Lubo4real

Instagram: Lubo Comedian


Sally Firth AKA Sian Doughty (Comedian)

September 27, 2017

Sian Doughty has been performing stand up since October 2013.

In 2014 she created the character Sally Firth, the mother of a young male stand up comedian who does her version of his act, using his notebook.  

Reviews include:  “Beautifully written jokes,” (Maureen Younger, MY Comedy), “Looking wonderfully out of place was (spoiler alert: eventual winner!) Sally Firth. Imagine your friend’s slightly posh mum coming onto stage and being both adorable and hilarious and you'll understand why the audience fell in love with Sally. Sally's timing, expressions and delivery were so natural and her persona so likeable that the crowd were chanting her name at the end of her routine. Fantastic.” (Codie Louise Austin, North West End).  “Sally is a real hoot, switching from naive and unsure to more rude…she has the delivery spot on….has the charm to go solo.” (Views from the Gods)  “Did a fantastic set, drove the audience wild” (Jason Why, promoter), “Very funny” (Matthew Baylis, comic, MC and promoter) “Lit up the stage” (Alastair Sadler, comic, MC and promoter), “Sally is eminently likeable and the juxtaposition between content and delivery is a joy to watch. I've yet to see the character of "Sally" fail to win over audiences and keep them on her side throughout the journey that is her set. In short, smart, clever but most importantly funny."  (Ray Davis, comic, MC and promoter) “The innocent-looking but sexually explicit Sian Doughty” (Johnny Glasgow, MC and comic) “Hilarious” (Ariane Sherine, writer and comedy performer) “A class act, on and off the stage” (Steve McCann, promoter and performer).

In 2015 Sian was a semi-finalist in the Golden Jester Competition. In 2016 she beat King Gong at the Comedy Store, Manchester, won Beat The Frog at the Frog and Bucket, Manchester, won “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” in Leicester and won the Comedy Carousel at Birmingham Glee Club.

“Sally Firth” has been named as One To Watch by the judges of Funny Women 2016, was shortlisted for Silver Stand Up of the Year 2017 and was a semi-finalist in Welsh Unsigned Act of the Year 2017. She has beaten the blackout at Up the Creek in London three times, in 2015, 2016 and 2017 and won King Gong at the London Comedy Store in June 2017.

 She has also taken part in the 2014, 2016 and 2017 Edinburgh Fringe, the 2015 and 2017 Brighton Fringe, the 2017 Hastings Comedy Festival and the 2017 Camden Fringe. She has done a number of gigs for Joke Club and Mirth Control.

She has performed at sports club comedy nights and charity and school fund raising functions.

Email: goldengirl55@live.co.uk