Your compere, the loveable Bobbin Dixon is joined by three of the best up and coming comedians from across the country.
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Pope Lonergan is a stand-up comedian, host of ‘Pope’s Addiction Clinic’ (“What really makes the Clinic absorbing is the honesty, spontaneity and communal feeling that the clandestine “safe space” encourages” ~ i newspaper) and co-creator of ‘The Care Home Tour’ (https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2017/nov/21/comedy-care-home-dementia). He’s also a recovering drug addict, a practicing Quaker and a prat in every other aspect of his life.
Sam Rhodes is an internationally touring loop pedal based alternative comedian, who has played at the UCB in New York and made a half hour special for the BBC.
He remains unaware of why he is allowed to do these things, but looks forward to sharing whatever it is he does with you!
The Monks are Kevin Moore and Yazz Fetto. They think they can lay claim to being the only Christian comedy sketch group in the UK. As such, they not only do shows in clubs, pubs and small sweaty comedy rooms but also chapels, churches and small sweaty vestries.
Following the sell out success of their 2013 fringe play ‘Hallelujah House’, The Monks have put together a new sketch show called ‘The All New Ten Commandments’.
Spring Day is a New York stand-up comedian, writer and actor previously based in Tokyo, Japan and is currently working in the U.K.
Spring Day was voted Brooklyn’s Best Comedian 2016 in May. Spring has also been working as a comedy consultant on a pilot for the BBC set to be broadcast in 2018. Her uniquely sharp, dark, bubbly and often brutal style of comedy is always a crowd pleaser you don’t want to miss.
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