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Ali James

It is a fact when comedians or comediennes are talked of prior to people attending a performance and actually seeing a performer live, the assumption is often made that they will use bad language, dress scruffy, won’t be funny and can’t possibly have a great singing voice.

Nothing can be further from the truth when these assumptions are directed at Ali James.

She has fifteen cruises under her belt as guest comedienne, several performances in the Middle East, numerous family shows at large holiday centers around England not to mention hundreds of cabaret appearances at theatres, dinners, golf clubs and military venues. Almost always rebooked indicates the popularity and suitability of her performances.

Her delivery of slick humour, coupled with a big delivery of songs from her very powerful voice is always a winner.

 

Christine Coles

Over the years, Christine has certainly earned her reputation as one of Yorkshire’s most popular and loved comediennes.

Starting out in her native South Yorkshire, Christine’s career began in the Working Men’s Clubs – venues that don’t like to give male comedians a chance, let alone females. From this, she learnt to handle any type of audience, always giving back more than she took.
Nowadays, Christine is as at home working in the After Dinner environment as she is treading the boards of the clubs from the Midlands to the North East. Ladies evenings are a particular favourite, with her anti male humour appreciated by her many female fans.
Often a little course, and ideally suited to a broad minded audience, her act is certainly a popular choice for hen nights and ladies’ functions.
Christine still works regularly for Pontins during the summer, alongside the clubs, fun pubs and company functions.
 

Nina Gilligan

Sometimes outrageous, always hilarious, observational and storytelling comedy for all. A persona you will fall in love with.

Award Winning Comedian Nina Gilligan exploded on to the comedy scene in 2011 and is now a regular on the UK circuit performing at clubs and venues all over the UK. She is now also proving to be a success on the after dinner and sporting dinner circuit.

Over the past few years, Nina has been a finalist in Hilarity Bites, Breaking Acts Kill for a Seat and Real Radio XS Judged. She won an award for Hot Water Comedian of the Year in 2013 and is now currently a semi- finalist in English Comedian of the Year for 2016.

A bolshier Mrs Merton, she’s not one to suffer fools lightly so watch out for a razor sharp wit used at will. Her act will leave you shouting for more!

 

 

 

What they are saying:

Nina Gilligan is a naturally funny comedian with a charming and genuinely likeable style”

John Thomson

Naturally funny, naturally talented: She’s too natural for a comic. Go and see her now before she becomes nature’s biggest comedian!”

Pat Monahan

“A Great routine which was laugh out loud funny – definitely one to watch”

Jo Jo Sutherland

 

Pauline Daniels

Pauline is known to most, as Britain’s No.1 Stand up comedienne, and as such has appeared all over the world.

She has performed in every venue imaginable including The London Palladium. Her many television appearances include, The Comedians, Saturday Royal and Wogan.

But since 1986 Pauline has been hailed as one of Merseyside’s favourite theatrical daughters and one of the country’s finest actresses. Her first role was at the Liverpool Playhouse in “Chicago” as “Mama Morton” which was swiftly followed by “Rose” in “Gypsy”.

Then followed many different roles including musical, comedy and straight roles. In 1992 she became Willy Russell’s favourite “Shirley Valentine” and ‘has continued to play “Shirley” all over the country.

Her West End Debut came in 1999 when she played the character “Faye Bogle” who was really a parody of Mae West in the Denis King/Dick Vosburgh smash hit musical “A Saint She Ain’t”, and in 2002 she starred alongside Jo Monro and Sam Kane in the musical comedy “Women on the Verge of HRT”.

Pauline has also had her share of T.V. acting, she played “Maria Benson” in “Brookside” for over twelve months and has also appeared in “Bread”.

 

 

Sue Sweeney

Sue Sweeney was a professional singer who turned to comedy over 12 years ago and went on to win comedy artiste of the year on three occasions

She has appeared on television and performed at top venues around the UK and abroad, and has been a popular choice for various cruise lines with her stand up routine.

She appeared in pantomime on a regular basis and has been the resident entertainer at many top hotels during the Christmas period.

ue has appeared on various television programmes including the role of Mrs Talbot in Byker Grove, Our Friends in the North, Stand Up Britain –  Vic Reeves, The Entertainers on Channel Four a number of documentaries and minor roles in soaps.

Sue has also spent fifteen years in BBC Radio/BBC Tees and is currently at BBC Newcastle radio presenting and producing four shows a week.

She is the North East’s  First Lady of Comedy, bubbly with a quick fire delivery. brash and larger than life. She takes a sideways look at life and relationships, which has the audiences laughing at her observations and coming back for more….

 

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