Lucy Porter is a well known face on TV from such shows as Live at the Apollo, Would I Lie to You and QI. She’s also a regular on BBC Radio 4 staples such as The News Quiz and the Now Show.
Lucy is highly in demand as a stand-up comedian. A veteran of the UK comedy circuit, she has performed 14 one-woman shows at the Edinburgh Festival and taken her comedy all over the world from Las Vegas to Cape Town.Lucy has also written plays and sitcoms, including ‘In the Family Way’ and 'The Fair Intellectual Club' for BBC Radio 4.
"She was lovely - really bright and bubbly and very positive about the event. Her very quick humour came over throughout her delivery and she stayed smiling until the very end. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her." Birmingham City Council
Chatty and charming stand up comedian and comedy writer whose TV appearances have included QI,Mock the Week, Argumental and Have I Got News for You to name but a few. She also has won Celebrity Mastermind for Children in Need. Lucy appeared on our Step Right Up showcase back in October where she helped run a quiz and perform a bespoke lockdown monologue to great acclaim.
Jayde Adams is an Award-winning comedian, actress and proud Bristolian. She will star in her first major acting role this year in a BBC 2 series called "Alma's Not Normal" and has also appeared in Good Omens on the BBC this year.
The minute Jo Caulfield hits the stage you know you’re in for a good time. A brilliant and versatile comedian, Jo is particularly adept at tailoring her material to the event in hand. TV Credits include Apollo and HIGNFY.
Comedian, host and social commentator, Shappi Khorsandi is known for her razor-sharp wit and eloquent presenting style. She is also the author of the best-selling book A Beginner’s Guide To Acting English, a memoir of adjusting to life living in London in the 1970’s having fled Iran with her family.
Chortle Best Newcomer nominee just eight months after her first stand-up, writer and presenter Nat took her debut stand up show to Edinburgh in 2010 and has written and starred in Girl Friday on Channel 4.
Modern ventriloquist and stand up, who has a host of puppets including old favourite Monkey. Absolutely brilliant, great fun and a bit different.
One of the best stand up comedians in the UK, Rhona Cameron made an impact on the comedy scene in 1992, winning Channel 4's 'So You Think You're Funny' award.