The Comedy Club Lincoln on Friday 26th October 2018
“wicked sense of humour, gets the audience involved from the kick off” BBC
He’s been declared a highlight of the New Zealand International Comedy Festival by The NZ Herald, a highlight of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival by The Scotsman, won Canada’s Master’s of the Universe Improv Competition, and featured on Australian TV’s The Comedy Channel.
Carter is known as one of the best character comedians on the circuit, with an attention to detail so much so, many have not known he was in character. He doesn’t rely on wigs and silly costumes, Carter relies on sincerity. His most famous creation Nige has gained cult status amongst comedy fans and comedians alike and is see as a comedy icon in his native Liverpool.
His unique ability to improvise and interact with an audience whilst delivering a perfectly honed set of belly-laugh gags and hilariously surreal stories has taken him across the globe, as well as working with, amongst others, Sean Lock, Reg D Hunter, Ricky Gervais and Russell Brand.
“An unsung hero of stand-up comedy - the current master of this underrated art” The Guardian
Tim has been a Stand-up comic for most of his adult life, and still does over two hundred shows each year.
He has appeared all over Europe, the Far East, the Middle East, and most recently at the Mumbai Comedy Store. He is resident host of British Stand-Up in Bergen, Norway.
On TV he was host of the classic game show Give Us A Clue (BBC 1); the sporting chat show Under The Moon (Channel 4); as well as scores of appearances on various stand-up and panel shows.Tim has also developed an excellent reputation as a speechwriter, writing for many corporate clients and after-dinner speakers and celebrities including former England football manager Graham Taylor, footballer Neil Ruddock and Chancellor Gordon Brown.
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