Pete Johansson

Be prepared for a fantastic barrage of insightful, sometimes cutting always funny comedy from this truly exceptional international award winning comedian!

Canadadian Pete Johansson is a tour de force on the international comedy circuit and definitely one to watch now close up, before he starts filling Stadia!

Pete headlines comedy clubs around the world, from New York’s Caroline’s Comedy Club, The Helium Club In Philadelphia, Austin’s Capital Comedy Club, Minneapolis’s Acme Comedy Theater, The Comedy Store in London and Manchester, as well as shows in Dubai, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Afghanistan, Guam, Cayman Islands, Germany, Malta, Cyprus, Amsterdam, Ireland and Canada, and many, many more too numerous to mention.

He is a regular at the renowned London Comedy Store venue, has been invited on Radio 4′s prominent Loose Ends  and appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3). Pete has performed alongside Stephen Merchant, Stewart Lee, Simon Amstell and even had the rare opportunity of closing for Jerry Seinfeld in the Comedy Store in 2011.  He bagged a starring role opposite Ed Byrne in BBC4′s Sex Bombs and appeared on Channel 4′s Brighton Best of the Fest.

“Pete’s relaxed and insightful performance at the Improv brought the crowd what they had been waiting for all night” – National Post (USA)

“By far the breakout performer this year at Just for Laughs, but more importantly made my list of best jokes of the fest twice!” – The Montreal Gazette (CAN)



Paul Foot

I was born in Amersham in Buckinghamshire at an early age. Initially, I was unable to fend for myself. I could not work out how to walk or even say words. Luckily, a kind lady and gentleman took me home from the hospital.

My mother taught me to speak nicely and talk about the weather. My dad mainly used to cook a pie. It wouldn’t always go right. Quite often he would drop the pie on the floor. “I’ve dropped the pie on the floor!” he would shout. That’s what he’s like, because he doesn’t use oven gloves.

Later I became a teenager, and decided to have a go at stand-up comedy in a little bar. I did not have any jokes. So I just made up stuff like, “Can anyone here name a fruit? A peach, madam? Personally, I prefer a pineapple.”

Amazingly, it went well, due to comic timing, stage presence and luck and I resolved on the spot to become a professional entertainer.

17 years later, I became an overnight success.


Mitch Benn

Mitch Benn started his career in Edinburgh in 1994, and was voted best new comic at the 1995 Glastonbury festival; scooping the Comedian Of The Year at The Leicester Comedy Festival three years later.He has performed hour-long shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1997, 1998 and 1999, in the revue show The Bootleg Bootleg Beatles in 1998 and the showcase Carlton Comedy Warehouse in 1999, which the subject of a documentary series for Carlton TV.

He’s now an established face on the comedy circuit, a regular on both Radio 4’s Now Show and Radio 2’s It’s Been A Bad Week, and star of his own Radio 4 series Mitch Benns Crimes Against Music, which he performed with his regular backing band, The Distractions (Kirsty Newton on bass and keyboards and Tash Baylis on drums and percussion).

Martin Mor

Martin is blessed with animal-keen senses that enable him to track people and objects with an impressive degree of success. He also processes uncanny comic improvisational skills. His mission is to remove evil from the world, or at least have a laugh about it

Born into a circus family, the famous Mucmors, Martin had an early career as a juggler, unicyclist, knife thrower, fire-eater, magician, and photographic model. As the result of an accident in the big top, in which he sustained a shattered ankle, he was forced to retire from performing his famous, freestanding ladder, tall unicycle, basketball juggling, pyrotechnic act.

Temporally robbed of his mobility, his senses reorganized themselves, producing a heightened comedic ability, lightning fast improvisational skills, and an improved sense of smell. He became a stand-up comedian. The beast within the boy unleashed at last, he became the dynamic, multi-skilled performer Martin Bigpig Mor, combining startlingly original material with bold, energetic improvisation


John Hastings

John Hastings is a comedian who has performed all over America, Canada all the small scary corners of the United Kingdom. His first hour show features stories and jokes based in the odd experience of travelling the world as a comedian as well his love of heavy metal, his strange upbringing and what it is like to look racist and not be racist.

–            Nominated for a 2010 Canadian Comedy Award in the category of best new-comer

–            Named as one of the 5 comedians to watch by the Comedy Network

–            One of the first Comedians signed to Canada’s first and only Stand-up Comedy Record Label: Comedy Records.

–            Finalist for the 2009 and 2010 XM Canada’s “Next Top Comedian in Canada Competition”

Joel Dommett

Joel has enjoyed many different roles since starting his career in stand up comedy including Impractical Jokers (BBC3), being the face of MTV and presenting their daily news bulletins, to presenting Live In Chelsea, the live E4 after show to hit series Made In Chelsea. He has also appeared in How to Survive a Disaster Movie (Channel 5), co-starred in the hugely successful Impractical Jokers on BBC Three, and has numerous acting credits to his name, including Skins on E4 and Popatron on BBC2..

Joel has performed stand up on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and has recently appeared twice on Nick Grimshaw’s Sweat the Small Stuff (BBC Three).