Charles Bradlaugh - April 11th

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Charles Bradlaugh - April 11th

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Ivan Brackenbury

A daft, inept yet adorable hospital radio DJ takes you on a hilarious broadcasting journey. This is a unique, wonderfully brilliant show, guaranteed to make you cry with laughter. The alter ego of comedian, DJ and actor Tom Binns.

With DJ Ivan Brackenbury, ‘Binns has his character nailed and he mines the comic seam, ruthlessly to create top-quality entertainment with practically universal appeal’ - Guardian ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

He's been nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award, Trident Comedy Award and Perth International Fringe Comedy Award (twice). He's was voted a ‘Fosters Comedy God’, he's won Best International Act at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe (twice), Nottingham International Comedy Festival and 3 Sony Gold Awards. 

Spencer Jones

Spencer is a comedian, actor and writer who has been nominated for both the Edinburgh Comedy Award and a BAFTA. 

Spencer recently wrote and starred in the BBC Comedy Short, THE MIND OF HERBERT CLUNKERDUNK, which has received rave reviews.

His latest live show THE AUDITION was nominated for the 2017 Edinburgh Comedy Award and received glowing reviews. 

Spencer has filmed appearances in the BBC's LIVE AT THE BBC, LIVE AT THE APOLLO and for AL PORTER LIVE AT THE OLYMPIA.

" With his adorable character and surprises from beginning to end, Jones is, without a doubt, a "must-see"."

Comedy Reviewer ★★★★★

Ian D Montfort

Ian D Montfort is a psychic from Sunderland, who made his debut at the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe. Binns combines the 'cold reading' trickery of stage mediums with comic patter to debunk their techniques.

Psychic Ian D Montfort is, ‘a masterclass in improvisation, character comedy and mindreading’ - Telegraph ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Karen Bayley

Karen began her comedy career back in 2001 and since then she has gone from strength to strength. As resident compere at her own club in Sutton Coldfield Karen honed her comedic talents and is now a well respected comic travelling the country entertaining the masses. Karen was the first ever female winner of the prestigious Comedy Store King Gong award.

In 2004 she took a show to the Edinburgh Festival with Susan Murray where she gained glowing reviews.

'Inspired and sparkling punchlines... comic timing that is rarely less than brilliant. An assured performer who doesn't have much trouble getting audiences laughing' (Steve Bennett, Chortle UK)