This month’s MC Freddy Quinne is a comedic powerhouse – regularly performing his shamelessly opinionated, no-holes-barred stand up at the biggest comedy clubs in the country. He is known for his frank approach and often brutal punchlines, covering everything from topical news to universal truths.
Daman Bamrah is one of the most exciting and unique new comic voices to emerge from the London circuit. A British-Sikh performer with energy, raw wit and heart, the in-demand Daman is known for his topical writing, acute observations and imaginative storytelling. His blend of carefully crafted jokes along with his signature charm have already secured him top spots at the country’s leading venues, including Angel Comedy Club, Up The Creek and The Museum of Comedy.
Scouse comedian and actress, and regular guest host on The Mild High Club Kay Nicholson is making a name for herself as an exciting act at comedy clubs up and down the country.
Rob Rouse got his first break in comedy by winning the So You Think You’re Funny? new act competition in 1998. As well as stand-up, he also performed as part of the Big And Daft trio with Ian Boldsworth and Jon Williams from 1997 to 2002, taking three shows to the Edinburgh Fringe. In 2002 he took his first solo show to the Fringe.
Please note line-ups are subject to change.