Christian Schulte-Loh: Normally it's not a good sign when a German steps on stage. It either ends in world domination or in a Euro-pop performance. Both cases have scared off generations and created a very well known stereotype: Germans are not funny - at least not on purpose.
\nGordon Southern: Has been working the UK circuit for over 15 years, establishing himself as an imaginative observational comic. A regular headliner, Southern has also branched out into acting, and is best known as the voice of the Admiral Insurance Parrot.
\nRudi Lickwood: Is a prominent black comedian, and much of his set revolves around his ethnicity and the stereotypes that surround him. A rising star, in 2010 he performed 168 dates in 212 days.
\nSean Percival: Is a working class welder turned middle-class funnyman.