Described by Jimmy Carr as ‘easily my favourite comedian’, Justin has a stack of TV credits including playing Young Kenny with the tiger striped face on ‘Phoenix Nights’, ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’, ‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’, ‘Dave’s One Night Stand’, ‘Coronation Street’, ‘The Grumpy Guides’, ‘Shameless’ and ‘The World Stands Up’ amongst others as well as a role in the Ken Loach film ‘Looking For Eric’. His own Radio 4 show ‘Everyone Quite Likes Justin’ is critically acclaimed and into a second series and he is a Sony Award nominated radio presenter in his own right and a staple of Radio 5 Live’s ‘Fighting Talk’ and ’7 Day Sunday’. Plus he’s an Edinburgh Festival favourite with a slew of solo UK theatre tours under his belt.
‘Echoes of a young Daniel Kitson’ – Evening Standard
‘Jonny Pelham set the bar high with a perfectly structured and sublimely self-deprecating set’ – chortle.co.uk
Jonny began his stand up career at University and whilst there finished runner-up in both the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? competition as well as The Chortle Student Comedy Awards. Since leaving he has continued to impress and was recently a finalist and Judges’ Choice in the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards, as well as being nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer in 2014.
Peak FM’s Jon Chubb, the news reader for James and Becky at Breakfast and Gav P in the mid morning will be making his big stage debut as part of the popular ‘Challenge Chubb’ feature on the breakfast show which has already seen him trying his hand at singing, running, baking and brick laying! The journalist has been at Peak FM for 8 months and comes from Sheffield, but don’t let that put you off.
‘Thoughtful and meticulous, Ian Seaburn’s tales of mathematics and music provides a refreshing voice on the comedy circuit’ – AltComCab
‘Cool, chilled and laid back, put him in front of 4000 people and he wouldn’t break a sweat. The audience thoroughly enjoyed his act’ – World of Comedy
Ian is a frustrated rock star with an unhealthy mathematics habit. Affable and articulate with sharp lines and finely crafted tales he delivers survival tips for life, short sharp puzzling as to the nature of the universe and the occasion surreal flight of fancy.
Compere – Anthony J. Brown
‘Dark quips and relentlessly witty audience-goading ad-libbing from a compelling host’ – City Life
Jongleurs Award Winner, BBC New Comedy Award Runner-up.