“The Ad Lib Expert” The Stage, Club Mirror Comedian of the Year Award Winner, Lee Evans Tour Support
Once seen never forgotten, Kevin McCarthy remains one of the biggest and most loved performers by comics and audiences alike, compering and headlining at all the major Comedy Clubs in the UK. With an ever changing act, and the ability to find humour in any subject, Kevin’s warm personality and utterly relaxed stage persona puts the audience instantly at ease. His appetite for topical mirth is second to none and he will have even the hardest of crowds eating out of his hand, as well as watching their back for he’s as sharp as they come. Kevin has also provided support for Lee Evans on his 2014 tour and is also the regular warm up act for ‘later with Jools Holland’.
'It should be made law that every British Citizen must go and see Jeff Innocent. He's that funny.' Evening Standard
Jeff is now very much part of the comedy gentry and widely acknowledge as one of the Uk's top headlines acts and comperes. He has stormed comedy clubs all over the world including Singapore, Hong Kong, The Philippines, Dubai, Holland, Taiwan and more recently Japan.
Jeff's many television credits as actor, stand-up and presenter include; Edinburgh Nights (BBC1), Gas (Ch4), I Love 1999 (BBC 1), Later with Jools Holland (BBC 2), The National Lottery Show (BBC1), The Stand Up Show (2 series for BBC 1), Take the Mike (ITV), Time Gentlemen Please (Sky), Real Eastenders (Ch4) and Brief Histories (BBC 3).
Jeff's film credits include the role of a publican in 'It Was an Accident' and he played a prisoner in 'Mean Machine' alongside Vinnie Jones.
Star of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow 2010 (BBC1), ‘Voted one of the top 10 stand-ups in Britain’,
Mike Gunn is one of the most recognisable man's name and face in world comedy both through his deadpan character, but also the fact that he is one of the funniest men going. A misspent youth and a series of grim jobs, including one as an undertaker, cultivated his 'dry as a bone' but rib-achingly funny outlook on life. Mike has worked with some of the biggest names like Jo Brand and Alan Davies, as well reaching cult status in almost every land known to man. Television appearances include Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (Series 2), Al Murray's sit-com Time Gentlemen Please and Harry Hill's TV Burp He has also been a regular contributor for The Guardian. He has written for The 11 O'clock Show and even Match of The Day.
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