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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.

With a wonderfully relaxed style, the Fosters award nominee tells stories about everyday trivia, how his dad lied to him as a child, what Romans would have made of texting, and safari parks with no lions (due to strong winds). The Standard have described him as ‘delightfully whimsical and deliciously daft.’

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.

With his talent for improv, his sheer vocal dexterity and the ability to take audiences where he chooses, Terry holds the encores record at The Comedy Store. Starting off with his back turned to them, he’s one of few comics who can bring a crowd to their feet. He also stars in Eastenders, as Terry the cabbie.

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.

Known for his laid back and intelligent musical comedy, Bill has sold out arenas with Dandelion Mind, led the BBC Concert Orchestra, acted in the West End and filmed apes in Indonesia. He looks at new ideas for a national anthem, and tries his hand at Iranian hip-hop.

Dane was nominated for the Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer award in 2014. With a set full of witty one-liners and engaging tales, he’s been tipped by both Guardian and Independent critics as one to watch. He tells of the hardships of being an 80s baby (before you could pause TV), and the tedium of living in a stable family when your friends are ‘rewarded’ by divorced, guilt-ridden parents.

The Scottish BAFTA-nominated stars of The Magicians specialise in the macabre (rather than just plucking rabbits out of hats). The tricks are dark, twisted and sometimes bloody: expect sharp knives, cheese wire and the sort of minds that turned a man into a pillar of salt for Tricks From The Bible.

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.

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