Laura Lexx is an award-winning comedian and writer.
Laura’s credits include Sam Delaney’s News Thing (RT UK), How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore), The Comedy Club (BBC Radio 4 Extra) and The Jason Manford Show (Absolute Radio) .
Laura won Best MC in the 2017 Comic’s Comic Awards and was nominated as Best Compere in the 2016 and 2017 Chortle Comedy Awards. She also reached the finals of the Amused Moose Comedy Award, Paramount Student Comedy Award, Chortle Student Comedy Award and Funny Women Award competitions. Laura has gigged at comedy clubs and festivals all over the UK and in Europe as well as providing tour support for Jason Manford, Tim Vine and Russell Kane.
Laura is a member of the Comedians Cinema Club improv troupe.
As well as writing her own popular blog , Laura has had articles published by the likes of Glamour and Standard Issue . She has also written her first novel and has had a comedy drama series optioned for television.
The minute Jo Caulfield hits the stage you know you’re in for a good time seeing as she was recently nominated as 'Funniest Woman 2010’ (LAFTA Awards), 'Best Female Stand-Up’ (Chortle Awards).
Jo has appeared regularly on our screens with appearances on 'Have I Got News For You (BBC1), 'Mock The Week’ (BBC2) 'Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’ (BBC1), 'Saturday Night Live’ (ITV), 'Argumental’ (Dave UKTV), 'Comedy Store’ (Paramount Comedy Channel), "Colin Murphy’s Great Unanswered Questions" (BBC N. Ireland), "The Wright Stuff" (Ch 5), 'The Blame Game’ (BBC N. Ireland), "It Takes Two" (BBC 2), "Bremner, Bird and Fortune- The Daily Wind-Up (Ch 4) and has also been seen on numerous 'Talking Head’ shows due to her wide ranging knowledge of music, comedy and all popular culture.
And, let’s not forget her stints as a guest presenter on 'The Politics Show’ (BBC1) 'The ONE Show’ (BBC1) and 'The World Rally: Portugal 2009’ (Dave UKTV).
Writer and star of her own critically acclaimed Radio 4 comedy show 'It’s That Jo Caulfield Again’. Jo was Programme Consultant on all 5 series of the BAFTA award-winning 'So Graham Norton’ (Channel 4). She was Head Writer on Ruby Wax’s ' The Waiting Game’ - A BBC 1 Game show. Jo has also written for Joan Rivers, Anne Robinson and Denise Van Outen.
A trained actress, as well as acting in her own Radio show Jo has appeared in several sitcoms, including Life’s A Pitch (BBC1), Days Like These (ITV), Beast (BBC1), and Get Real (ITV). She also played someone’s sister in Family Affairs (Ch5) but can’t remember her name. Other acting credits include: So Graham Norton (Ch4) and Stitch-Up (CBBC).
'Jo Caulfield is an inspiration to all would-be female comedians’ - The Observer
Carl started performing stand-up in 2005 and quickly established himself as one of the UK’s most exciting young comedians. His conversational, silly sense of humour saw him win a host of awards (Chortle Best Newcomer 2007, Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2007 among others) and become a regular at all of the finest comedy clubs in the UK and Ireland.
In 2009, Carl performed his debut solo show Relax Everyone, it’s Carl Donnelly! at the Edinburgh Fringe for which he was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer. Since then, Carl has returned to Edinburgh with three further solo shows and will return with another in 2015, after his nomination in 2013 for the Fosters Comedy Award.
Recently, Carl has been developing as an international act, with a successful tour of Australia and New Zealand in 2013 and a second in 2015, as well as performing at the biggest comedy festivals in the world (Montreal Just for Laughs, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Kilkenny Cat Laughs etc).
Carl has also appeared on various TV shows including Mock The Week , Dave’s One Night Stand , Stand Up for the Week , Russell Howard’s Good News , Follow The Football and Comedy Store . He is also a regular on radio appearing as a guest on such shows as BBC 5live’s The Back End of Next Week , Radio 4’s Loose Ends and Act Your Age as well as being a regular guest on talkSPORT . He has also co-hosted a radio show for the Fubar Radio app after his acclaimed podcast which he recorded with Chris Martin.
"Excellent, fast-rising comic with pacy anecdotal routines" - Sunday Times
Just in his early twenties, Ola has already appeared on ITV4 and MTV Base and writes for BBCR4?s The Now Show, The News Quiz and Nathan Caton’s Can’t Tell Me Nothing. He performs all over the UK and as as far afield as the US and Dubai. Young, driven and hugely talented, Ola is a stand-up comedian, writer and actor with natural originality and enviable stage presence and is renowned for his intelligent, edgy humour.
Chortle Award nominee and BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, Steve Williams is one of the most exciting and electrifying live performers of the new comedy generation. Steve never fails to surprise and engage audiences with his hybrid of bizarre stories, larger than life physicality, spontaneous improvisation and his off-the-wall take on everyday life. His three solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe have garnered considerable critical success. Steve premiered his first solo stand-up show Steve Williams: Excitable at the Edinburgh fringe in 2006, he returned in 2007 with Steve Williams: Binge Thinking, which was followed by a national tour of Edinburgh and Beyond. This year Steve toured with his new stand-up show Stand Up Story Man. Steve’s TV credits include appearances Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Edinburgh and Beyond and The Comedy Store for Paramount and he recently appeared on Dave Gorman’s Absolute Radio Show (Absolute Radio) and 7 Day Sunday (Radio 5Live). Steve is also a core writer on Russell Howard’s Good News on BBC3.
MC Laura Lexx, Jo Caulfield, Carl Donnelly, Ola and Steve Williams.
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