James Anthony Patrick “Jimmy” Carr is an English comedian and humourist. He is known for his deadpan delivery, dark humour, and use of edgy one-liners. He is also a writer, actor and presenter of radio and television.
Maxwell “Max” Boyce MBE is a Welsh comedian, singer and entertainer. He rose to fame during the mid-1970s with an act that combined musical comedy with his passion for rugby union and his origins in the mining communities of South Wales.
Alun Cochrane is a British stand-up comedian. He was born in Glasgow and raised in Mirfield, West Yorkshire.Â Alun has several television appearances to his name, most recently Michael McIntyreâ€™s Comedy Roadshow heâ€™s also often seen on Eight out of ten cats, Mock The Week, and has appeared on Soccer A.M and Live At The Comedy Store.
Stewart Francis is a Canadian stand-up comedian, actor and writer. In addition to his work in Canada and the USA, he frequently tours in the UK and appears on British television. Both of Francis’ parents are British.
Sean Lock is an English comedian and actor. He began his comedy career as a stand-up comedian. He won the British Comedy Award in 2000 in the category of Best Live Comic, and was nominated for the Perrier Comedy Award.
Eric Tomlinson, known by his stage name Ricky Tomlinson, is an English actor, comedian and activist best known for his roles as Bobby Grant in Brookside, DCI Charlie Wise in Cracker and Jim Royle in The Royle Family
Kenneth Arthur Dodd OBE is a British comedian and singer-songwriter, famous for his frizzy hair or “fluff dom” and buck teeth or “denchers”, his favourite cleaner, the feather duster (or “tickling stick”) and his greeting of “How tickled I am!”, as well as his send-off “Lots and Lots of Happiness!
Jim Bowen is an English stand-up comedian and TV personality. He is best known as the host of the ITV game show Bullseye, which he hosted between 1981 and 1995 and his catch-phrase “Super, smashing, great”
Frank Skinner is a British writer, comedian and actor. He is best known for his television presenting, often alongside David Baddiel, with whom he also collaborated for the football song “Three Lions.”
A headline act on the comedy circuit, working for some of the countries finest clubs including Sheffield Last Laugh, Jongleurs, and Comedy Central. Jamie also provides pre match entertainment at Premiership clubs Stoke City, Wigan Athletic