A highly regarded young stand-up and comic performer, Jimmy performs on the UK and international comedy circuit to great acclaim. He is also a highly sought after TV warm-up, working for Channel 4´s Deal or No Deal, ITV´s Loose Women, BBC Three´s Two Pints and Coming of Age and Channel 5´s The Justin Lee Collins Show. Jimmy has supported Chris Addison and Simon Bird on tour, co-presented the Dave Gorman radio show on Absolute Radio and provided voice-over and character work for ITV Mobile cartoons.
Recently Jimmy performed stand-up on BBC Three´s Russell Howard´s Good News. Jimmy´s career was kick started in 2005 after reaching the finals of the prestigious 'BBC New Talent' competition and performed in the Amused Moose Hot Starlets Showcase at the Edinburgh Festival. He then began working full time as a stand-up comedian performing in theatres, clubs, arts centres and universities all over the country and abroad.
He took his first solo show, 'Jimmy McGhie’s Northern Meeting', to the Edinburgh Festival in 2009 receiving rave reviews and returned in 2010 with new solo show 'Jimmy McGhie - The All-Powerful Warrior Who With His Endurance And Inflexible Will To Win Goes From Conquest To Conquest Leaving Fire In His Wake'. In 2011 Jimmy returned to the festival with new show 'Jimmy McGhie - Artificial Intelligence'.
"Hilarious, self deprecating and lovable... A fantastic storyteller." - Three Weeks
Joe Rowntree is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer and presenter. His television career started back in 2001 writing put-downs for Anne Robinson on "The Weakest Link". He has hosted 2 UK tours of "Brainiac Live" which culminated at the Hammersmith Apollo after appearing in all six series of the award-winning hit Sky 1 show "Brainiac: Science Abuse" and recently recorded "Dave´s One Night Stand" (Dave), which he was a huge hit on!
Joe has also been a hit overseas in Dubai, Qatar and Bahrain (with the Comedy Store) and throughout Europe and America. He has supported Rhod Gilbert and Stephen K Amos in theatres on their national tours and recently performed for a month in Mary Tobin’s Best of Fest package show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival 2012.
At just eighteen years old, Tom Lucy is one of the youngest comedians working professionally on the UK circuit. Having won the prestigious The Comedy Store King Gong 2014 and Up The Creek The Blackout 2015.
Tom’s first stand up gig was at the tender age of 16, he now performs regularly for some of the UK’s top clubs including The Glee Club, Up The Creek and Komedia.
In the last six months he has supported some of his comedy heroes on tour including Jack Whitehall and Harry Hill. Catch this natural talent before he blossoms into a super star!
'Outstanding young comic and one to watch. Headed for great things!’ - Harry Hill
Formerly a dead pan comedian but almost noticeably happier these days almosty. He has no wry observations on life, no political satire, no cranky slapstick actions, just an innate ability to crack some of the best hand made gags on the circuit today, delivered with perfect timimg (normally always on stage). Sometimes scruffy, sometimes smart, often blue occasionally crude, always entertaining.
He made his comedic debut in a room behind a pub back in 1993 and since then has gone on to achieve great things with marvellous reviews, the Guardian called David a 'comic genius’ (he knows Desperate Dan is in the Dandy and not the Beano) the Scotsman described David as 'hilariously funny’ after appearing in the screaming blue murder Edinburgh show.
If you like your comedy a little on the darker side David is the man for you.
He has complemented his live work with several radio and television appearances, most notably a blistering set in BBC1’s The Stand Up Show, and a video diary of his first one hour solo show at the 1996 Edinburgh Festival for ITV’s Funny Business.
"Ranting and raving comic genius" - The Guardian
Having exploded on to the stand up circuit last year, Alistair Williams is quickly making a name for himself with razor sharp content and high-watt charm. He’s already become a regular at the UK’s most famous venues including The Comedy Store and Up the Creek and is constantly building an ever-growing international presence. Unafraid of tackling rough subject matter, Williams is also a passionate health campaigner. Combining raw personal anecdotes with a jam packed gag count and slick extroverted style, he creates bespoke comedy content to challenge the food and health industries, regularly grabbing the attention of leading megabrands. He believes real food can change your life, a narrative which is also the through line of his 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Show. Smart, passionate, impressively quick witted and bursting with infectious confidence, this is stand up that grabs your attention and Alistair Williams is quickly solidifying his place as one of stand up’s most exciting rising stars. "Rough Diamond Charm " - Chortle
MC Jimmy McGhie, Joe Rowntree, Tom Lucy, David Hadingham and Alistair Williams plus open spot.
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