Paul Thorne: Paul Thorne is one of Britain’s most established and sought-after stand-ups. As well as performing at all of the UK’s major comedy venues and festivals he can be seen weekly as a member of The Cutting Edge team of comedians who perform topical material based on the week’s news. Stephen Grant: Along with his clutch of awards and critical acclaim Stephen Grant must surely have right to the title of hardest working comedian in the UK. Stephen still finds the time to headline and MC gigs all over the country as well as being a regular guest on The Cutting Edge, deputizing presenter on BBC Southern Counties Radio, warming up and performing on some of the biggest comedy shows on TV and MCing for numerous corporate events. Hal Cruttenden: "He takes the personal, the surreal, the ridiculous and the political, and whizzes them into a delicious comedy smoothie that is sweet with a hint of sharpness. And it's really good for you." The Scotsman "Cruttenden takes his own world of the cosy English middle classes, rummages around it and pulls out some remarkably dark humour that he finds lurking at the bottom." The Herald. Ian Stone: The first son of an average Jewish family, from a young age Ian Stone was torn between pleasing his parents and having fun. Finally in 1991 fun won - Ian hasn’t looked back since and he is now one of the most respected comedians in Britain with numerous television credits to his name. One of Ian’s claims to fame is that he is one of the few comedians to have the title of his Edinburgh show deemed 'unsuitable for publication' by festival organisers. Martin Coyote: For eight years Martin has been a pivotal member of the Comedy Store's flagship topical show, The Cutting Edge. He is a prolific writer of challenging and thought provoking gags. Roger Monkhouse: Roger Monkhouse is one of the most original and distinctive acts on the comedy scene. Roger’s trademark stage-prowling style and curious, inimitable manner have established him as one of the hottest names on the comedy circuit.
Venue Details & Map
Haymarket House/1A Oxendon St
St JamesLondonSW1Y 4EE
- +44 (0)20 7930 2949
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- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
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