Nathan Caton: Starting out aged just 19, Nathan Caton has proved he has a winning formula. His act fuses family life and anecdotes with a dash of the political. He launched his style whilst at university and took his first show to Edinburgh in 2009, entitled Can’t Tell Me Nothing’, it got him high acclaim from critics including The Guardian and EdFest.
\nDane Baptiste: Is an up-and-comer on the London comedy circuit. His natural stage presence and detailed observational style saw him reach the final stages of the Leicester Square New Act Of The Year competition in 2011.
\nMatt Rudge: Is a comedian, compere, voice over artist and presenter known for his slick, confident energy and cheeky manner. He also claims to be the only person to have died twice on Casualty, in two separate episodes as two different characters.
\nDanny Ward: Stepped into the Edinburgh Festival in 2010 where he performed ‘Danny Ward + 1’. This showcased his talent and versatile act.
\nMatt Rees: Is a young Welsh comedian with a wicked sardonic sense of funny.
\nPaul McCaffrey: Is a comedian and actor who won the 2008 London Paper/Soho Theatre London Comic Competition.
\nRomesh Ranganathan: Burst onto the comedy circuit in 2010, gigging regularly at Brighton's Komedia as well as performing at top venues all over the country.
Venue Details & Map
240 Great Portland StreetRegent's ParkLondonW1W 5QU
- +44 (0)20 7387 0221
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