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Rob Broderick and his multi-instrumentalist partner James Hancox invite audience suggestions on almost any subject and instantly turn them into a funky hip-hop track. Dick & Dom’s house band has been hailed as ‘Flight of the Conchords meets 8 Mile.‘ For bigger audiences they grow to a four-man act.

Chris sabotaged everything that stood in his way in The Thick Of It. He went on to become a regular on Mock The Week and direct several episodes of VEEP, Armando Iannucci’s US sitcom. Likening himself to a collage of twiglets created by a child, Chris’ live set looks at Englishness, God and Waitrose.

Stephen made a big impact with his first sketch and stand-up TV show. He’s since published his life story: I Used To Say My Mother Was Shirley Bassey. Teasing his audience, Stephen delivers ‘unashamed feelgood entertainment,’ say the Standard.

After touring with his orchestra, releasing an album, and filming a series on Italy Xander continues to host over 200 episodes a year of the cult quiz.

Rob came to standup from the event industry. One Times critic believes ‘he already has the confidence of a veteran.’ He’s supported Russell Kane on tour, become a regular on panel shows including as a team captain on 8 Out Of 10 Cats, co-hosted from the jungle and appeared on Live At The Apollo.

The Liverpudlian is one of comedy’s biggest draws, with a smiling take on family life. John has cycled the length of Australia’s Gold Coast, gawped at gorillas in Rwanda and brought a new chat show to UKTV’s W channel. The Telegraph described John as ‘a marvellous raconteur.’

Uncompromising, confrontational, controversial and very funny, Frankie Boyle is one of the most talked about comedians in the UK having baited tabloids, insulted viewers and entertained millions.

As well as doing the rounds on panel shows, the one-time psychiatric nurse has written and starred in an award winning sitcom, Getting On.

Britain’s most celebrated impressionist continues to parody the foibles, cock-ups, excesses and excuses of the Great and Good. After making his acting debut in the West End and working in opera, he is back on I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue. In cabaret Rory offers his own tribute to the famous and infamous of British and international politics.

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