Aaron James is one of the top mainstream comedians in the UK today.
Andy has starred on the Royal Variety Show, where he was honoured to appear in front of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke Of Edinburgh on the occasion of their 50th Wedding Anniversary, preceded by a superb performance at Sir Paul McCartney’s Christmas party.
Comedians are easy to come by – singers are available by the bucket load, and comperes ten a penny! Finding someone however, capable of mixing top class comedy with vocal talent and the ability to run the evening professionally is a slightly harder task. Chris Britten is that man!
Award-winning comedian Gary Marshall has been a professional now for over 20 years and has established himself as one the most popular comics working on the after-dinner circuit, with his unique style and deadpan delivery it gives him an abundant charm which makes him equally at home with both all male and mixed audiences.
The Essex born comedian was first seen on UK television on New Faces. Following this he also appeared on Surprise, Surprise, which led to a nationwide theatre tour with Richard Digance.
In an extremely competitive profession, where many club comedians fall by the wayside, Ian has developed a unique style of humour that is attracting the attention of promoters, corporate clients, and television producers alike.
After 10 years fronting top comedy showband “Scholar”, Jed went solo as a comedian and has never looked back.
He is equally at home on stage in cabaret, as he is speaking at sportsmans dinners. He performs at men’s stag shows right through to Officers Mess military shows and everything in between.
Jimmy is a Irish Comedian. He left school at 16 and spent the next two years working in a betting shop, before spending the summer of 1966 working as a Red Coat in Butlins Holiday camp at Mosney, County Meath.He spent the following two summers at the Butlins Holiday Camp in Clacton.
John Scott first stepped on stage as a stand up in May 1999 at the Stand comedy club. The promoters of the club were so impressed with his debut they asked him to participate in their Edinburgh Festival Fringe Show – Stand Up Scotland and two months later he found himself participating in the first of his six Edinburgh runs.
A charming, comedy natural, Josh Daniels guarantees laughs from the moment he walks on stage, to long after the lights go out. It all started by making friends and family laugh after changing the lyrics to songs, (he’s been doing it since he was given his first guitar as a 12 year old), and is what led Josh on the road to what is now a very successful comedy career.
Keith O’Keefe has now established himself as one of the top after-dinner speakers in the country. His irreverent style of humour is appreciated not only by clients and their guests, but has gained him enormous respect among some of the biggest names in the world of entertainment.
International comedian pretty much sums up the career of Mick Monroe. Originating from Middlesborough, Mick started out life as a professional drummer at one of the local clubs – working, for many years alongside top vocal and comedy entertainers, and eventually building up his own act, which he finally took to the stage in 1991.
The new century has been a great time for Ollie as he has won not just one but three comedy awards adding to his long lists of acheivements in the world of comedy.
Ollie has built a solid reputation as a relaible funny man who always gives 100%. His off stage manner makes him great company in a social situation.
Multi-award winning comedian Rudi West; his experiences in comedy have taken in T.V. appearances on “New Faces” “The Next Step” and “Summertime Special” in the eighties, his own half hour T.V. special “Stand and Deliver” in the nineties, and in 2004 he appeared on TV’s “That’s Entertainment”. During this time he also performed countless live shows around the U.K. and abroad.
Sam Harland’s unique, observational humour, is drawn from his working class roots. He is able to engage his audience in a warm, quick-witted and friendly manner.
Sam’s material is self-deprecating, ironic and honest, particularly in relation to his colourful past escapades.
He is the consummate professional and delivers constantly. His popularity among his audience and fellow comedians is well deserved.
Sean Percival is a standup comedian from Dudley of which he says “It’s a lovely place to come from but bloody horrible to go back to”. Dudley is, of course, also the home town of Lenny Henry and while Sean admits to being jealous of Lenny’s INCREDIBLY SUCCESSFUL TV career, he’s glad he never had to sleep with Dawn French.