thursday June 14th
Ed Gamble is best known as a regular on Mock the Week and for playing the lead role of Georgie Carlton in BBC America’s Almost Royal, a ‘cult US hit’ (The Independent).
Ed has co-written and appeared in four series of Greg Davies’s Man Down, along with appearing on numerous shows including Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central as a headline stand up, Drunk History, Insert Name Here, CelebAbility, Dave’s One Night Stand, Virtually Famous, and Sweat the Small Stuff. Ed is also one of a handful of British comedians who have performed stand-up on the US TV show Conan. He has written for Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Ask Rhod Gilbert.
On stage, Ed is currently on tour with his latest show Mammoth, which sold out the entire run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2017 including extra shows added every weekend. Many of you that came to our festival last year will remember Ed performing Mammoth at The Charles Bradlaugh.
“An ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funny” -The Guardian
“Attention-grabbing liveliness and considerable flair” - The Telegraph
Daniel has recently moved to London from Sydney. He has sold out shows at festivals around Australia: Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Canberra Comedy Festival, Darwin Fringe & Sydney Fringe - as well as at The Edinburgh Fringe. Daniel was twice selected as a FRESH Artist to Watch at The Sydney Comedy Festival in 2014 & 2015, and was invited to perform an encore of his 2016 show ‘Let Me Finish’ at The Comedy Store, Sydney and performed as part of the Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase Tour & Break Out Showcase in 2017.
Daniel’s debut album ‘Let Me Finish’ was released in 2017 by Grammy Award-Winning US label Comedy Dynamics. He’s the first Australian comedian they’ve ever produced.
Olaf Falafel is a surrealist comedian and illustrator whose debut stand up show ‘Olaf Falafel and The Cheese Of Truth’ won critical acclaim and award nominations.
As well as finding comedic success onstage, Falafel has also enjoyed online fame with his short viral videos. These absurdist movies include a croissant-coiffured talking Donald Trump puppet, slices of truth telling cheese being thrown onto newspapers and the Bee Gees hiding in his beard.
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