We book well known acts for big events as well as managing its own stable of breaking acts. We know which acts like the mountain and we know which acts the mountain likes.
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STAR OF BBC ONE’S LIVE AT THE APOLLO, MICHAEL McINTYRE’S ROADSHOW & THE JOHN BISHOP SHOW
Since arriving in the UK, Canadian émigré Tom Stade has steadily earned a reputation as one of the most original and exciting stand-up talents around. He instantly made a splash on the UK circuit with his magnetic stage presence, irrepressible charm and first-class story-telling, and after years topping the bill and playing at international comedy festivals around the globe, he is now established as a leading touring act in his own right, and finds himself well on the road to being a household name.
Paul McCaffrey is a stand-up comedian and comic actor, who quickly established himself as one of the most exciting new acts around, winning both The London Paper and the Latitude Festival new act competitions.
Paul has been seen on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), heard on Russell Kane’s Whistle-Stop Tour (BBC Radio 2) and is a regular guest on The Matt Forde Show (talkSPORT). He has also done studio warm-up for The Morgana Show (Channel 4) and That Sunday Night Show (ITV 1) and can currently be seen at some of the top comedy clubs in the country.
Catch him on his tour of the Alps from 29-Jan to 01-Feb (See Events for Venues)
You’ll know Zoe from just about every TV comedy panel show going (Mock The Week, Dave One Night stand, Mcintyres Roadshow) and BBC R4s Just a minute and The News Quiz. Not only is her stand-up played to packed out theatres all around the UK and internationally, she was also recognised as the best comedian of 2015 by fellow comedians in the Chortle awards.
Winner of the Chortle Award for Breakthrough act in 2012… 14 years after starting out in comedy. He was also nominated for the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award the same year.
Before he says a word, his look signals the gig we are in for. Shock-haired, with luscious moustache and breeches salvaged from Captain Scott’s expedition to the South Pole, Law is a man out of his time. Throw in an “epic 1960s movie voice”, which brings a stentorian quality to his stream of fabulation, and physical self-assertion – he looms over his audience – and you have a recipe for instant, amusing disconcertion. He brings us in on the game, too – always ensuring that we are collaborators in the ridiculousness of the ancient Norse game of “scoop-mud”, say, or in the time his jailbird uncle turned into a dragon.
Appearing in the Alps between the 11th – 15th of January 2016.
WINNER – CHORTLE BEST SHOW – 2010
WINNER – NEW ZEALAND FESTIVAL – BEST INTERNATIONAL COMIC – 2010
WINNER – TIME OUT – BREAK THROUGH ACT – 2010
WINNER – LANCASHIRE COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR – 2010
NOMINEE – EDINBURGH COMEDY AWARD – 2009
MCWHIRTER TRUST AWARD – 2009
NOMINEE – CHORTLE BEST NEWCOMER – 2004
WINNER – SO YOU THINK YOUR FUNNY – 2003
Ian D Montfort is the psychic alter ego of Tom Binns…
One thing’s for sure, Tom Binns makes an extremely convincing psychic. His white-clad creation Ian D. Montfort is half Shirley Ghostman and half Derek Acorah, with a gift for gently undercutting his initial guesses about the audience that leaves everyone in stitches, even his victims. We saw Ian D Montfort at The Fringe Festival this August and took an instant liking.
Ian will be appearing in the Alps from 6th – 10th January
Monday 6 Jekyll, Chamonix
Tuesday 7 Bar Mount Blanc, Les Arc
Thursday 9 Jacks Bar, Meribel
Friday 10 Loop bar, Tignes
Tom Binns’s inspired alter-egos, that itself sends up the contrivances of those peddlers of false hope and spurious contact with the beyond — mediums, clairvoyants, and whatnot. Yet here’s the twist: the more Binns invites you to scoff the more he delivers the goods in such a way as to push sceptics towards open-mouthed incredulity.
Tiffany kicked off her comedy career in 2006. As an actress she had already worked alongside established artists such as Ricky Gervais in The Office, Jon Bird in Chambers and Stephen Fry in Absolute Power.
A series of successful sell out Edinburgh shows, UK and international tour gigs and Tiffany has fast become an established must see act.
Tif has also teamed up with her Talk Radio co-star Phil Nichol & brought their sell-out London show Old Rope – a new material night fequenetd by all the great and good of the comedy scene.
TV credits include Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two), Celebrity Deal Or No Deal (Channel 4), Live With Gabby (Five), Big Brother’s Bit On The Side (Five) and Show Me The Funny, performing in the live final at London’s Hammersmith Apollo to millions of viewers. Upcoming appearances for later in 2012 include Comedy Central’s The Comedy Store among others. As an actress she has appeared in series such as The Office, Chambers, Absolute Power and Balls of Steel.
Stuart Goldsmith is fast becoming a tour de force on the comedy circuit and its easy to see why. Well timed, sharp comedy, delivered with charm and charisma by the bucket-full. Whats not to like about this fast ascending comedian?
Finalist in ITV series Show me the Funny, with 4 and 5 star reviews for his Edinburgh shows Stuart is also the critics choice… come and find out why!
Stuart’s infectious banter channels the effortless charisma and quick-fire timing honed over a youth misspent as a street performer.
‘Sparky goings-on and charm to spare, as Stuart Goldsmith marries pitch-perfect audience repartee with cleverly woven tales of the everyday’
THAT was rocking a room!
Kate Copstick, Show Me The Funny ITV1
Despite looking like he’s just stepped out of a Kays catalogue, Sean Meo has actually been a professional stand-up since 1989. Before that, like his namesake Tony, he was a full time snooker player and was a quarter finalist in the English Championships of 1987. Since then, he has risen to the very top of the UK comedy scene and is much in demands as both a stand-up and a writer.
On television, he has worked alongside and with such diverse names as Clive James, Jack Docherty and Jimmy Tarbuck and appeared on everything from Des O’Connor Tonight, Celebrity Squares, and Talking Telephone Numbers, to Talking About Sex for Channel 4.
In 1998 Sean was awarded the title Comic of The Year by Timeout Magazine. Sean has appeared at the Kilkenny, Cork and Montreal Comedy Festivals.
He has performed all over the world, The 2002 Singapore Comedy Festival. Previous festivals include The Melbourne Comedy Festival, The New Zealand Comedy Festival, Kilkenny, Edinburgh, Manchester and the Montreal Comedy Festival. He has worked extensively in the US including Cobbs, San Francisco, Caroline’s, New York and the Riviera in Las Vegas.
“He can turn out intelligent material with a speed that many other comics can only gasp at” Time Out
“The star of Britcom…. with a dry, sardonic wit that’s as quintessentially English as it is engaging.” The Gazette, Montreal
“Surreal, sexy…and very,very funny” Evening Standard
“The heavenly banter goes on and on…. the thinking man’s comedian” Deadpan
“The pick of last nights excellent line-up” Review of BBC1’s Stand Up Show The Sun
“Slinky, sardonic, self-possessed and knowing….a man with the midas touch” The New Zealand Herald