Armistead Maupin

Since the 1970's, Armistead Maupin has been dissecting US popular culture with his iconic and ground breaking series ‘Tales of the City’, published as a column in the San Francisco Chronicle. The series encompasses nine acclaimed novels: Tales of the City, More Tales of the City, Further Tales of the City, Babycakes, Significant Others, Sure of You, Michael Tolliver Lives, Mary Ann in Autumn and The Days of Anna Madrigal. After setting the literary world ablaze, the series is preparing [read more]

The Scummy Mummies

Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn specialise in producing and performing comedy for less-than-perfect parents - so that's all parents. Together they host one of the UK's most popular parenting podcasts. Launched in July 2013, it was an instant hit, and has since been downloaded over 2 million times in more than 150 countries.  The podcast has been recommended by The GuardianThe Telegraph, The Sunday Times and featured on Radio 4's Woman's Hour. Guests have [read more]

James Phelan

James' unique prank-focused style is both jaw-dropping and laugh out loud funny. Described by The Prince's Trust as 'one of the most exciting new acts of the year', James has rapidly proven them right. With several million video views under his belt, a newly commissioned radio magic show for the BBC — the first since the 50s — and a totally unique, celebrity stuffed telly project on the way, James has solidifed his place as the most anticipated magical performer [read more]

Helen Bauer

After leaving college with an E in Economics and an allergy to the education system, Helen Bauer moved to London to share a bed with her cousin and work in Accessorize on Oxford Street. She lived in London until she was 23, making sketches, waitressing and drinking. She then moved to Berlin to do the same there, and discovered stand up. Helen honed her comedy skills, performing in English, to confused Berlin locals. You can now find Helen’s creative writing, charming [read more]

Loyiso Gola

Loyiso is a very high profile South African stand up, with a 30 minute Netflix special and an appearance on Britain's prestigious comedy shows Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week. Under his belt he has 12 seasons of his two-time International Emmy nominated satirical news show Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola, and is the African correspondent for Charlie Pickering’s The Weekly on the ABC in Australia. CNN have just featured Loyiso on their profile series, African Voices. [read more]

Ross Edgley

Taken from a British GQ article… “Ross is a decorated expert in the fitness industry. For over 10 years he’s been involved in every area of sport, fitness, and nutrition imaginable. He started as an international athlete playing water polo for Great Britain but later moved into the academics of sport and graduated from the world-renowned Loughborough University School of Sport and Exercise Science. After receiving a 1st class honours for his dissertation on the different strength and power adaptations to various [read more]

Anthony Jeselnik

Anthony is a stand-up comedian, most famous for the comedy central roast of Donald Trump and the comedy central roast of Charlie Sheen. Anthony has also performed on Conan, the tonight show, Jimmy Kimmel Live and was the first ever stand-up comic to appear on late night with Jimmy Fallon. Anthony has also written for late night with Jimmy Fallon and received an Emmy nomination for his work on a night of too many stars: an overbooked concert for autism education. [read more]

Anya Anastasia

Fresh, energetic and multi-dimensional – this is contemporary cabaret as it should be.  Award-winning musical-comedy maverick Anya Anastasia brandishes her razor-sharp satirical wit, to gleefully attack and dismembering perils of the modern world with [read more]

Myq Kaplan

US Comic Myq already made a name for himself stateside performing on all the US chat shows, most multiple times; these include the Tonight Show with Conan, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Seth Meyers and the Late Late Show with James Corden.    He has also been a finalist on ‘Last Comic Standing’ and recently appeared on America’s Got Talent, where he made the quarter-finals.  He has also had his own half-hour Comedy Central special and one-hour [read more]

Nick Heyward

Nick came to prominence as the frontman of percolating pop-funk new wave group Haircut 100, a foundational part of the 80s-pop explosion. They released four UK Top 10 hit singles, with their debut album ‘Pelican West’ reaching no. 2 in the UK album charts, no. 31 in USA’s Billboard 200, and ending up being certified platinum by BPI, with Nick gracing the cover of pacesetting style magazine The Face. In 2017 Nick released ‘Woodland Echoes’, his first record in 18 years, [read more]

Julia Sutherland

Sutherland was Fred MacAulay’s radio co-host when she stumbled into stand-up as part of an on-air stunt, over a decade ago.  She co-wrote BBC Radio Scotland sitcom “Homework”, and starred in it [read more]

The Raymond & Mister Timpkin Revue

A prop & music driven double act, their comedic antics have taken them all over the country, winning legions of fans including Jason Manford, Richard Herring and David Walliams. Recently they have been part of The Comedians at the Kings project; a collection of the country’s most experienced headliners, assembled at The Kings Theatre in Glasgow and filmed for TV. They are also known from another act ripping their act off on last year’s Britain’s Got Talent for ITV – BGT [read more]

Alex Edelman

Having cut his comedy teeth while at NYU in 2008 (where he was taught by professors like Zadie Smith and Susan Orlean), the New York Underground Comedy Festival quickly recognised Alex as one of the city’s ‘Best Comedians Under 25’. Soon he was across the pond on British soil with invitations to perform at noted comedy and music festivals such as Glastonbury, T in the Park, Machynlleth, Latitude, Bestival, End of The Road and Edinburgh. His debut, award-winning Edinburgh show ‘Millennial’ [read more]

Djuki Mala

Direct from Elcho Island, Djuki Mala (Djuki meaning 'Chooky' with a Yolngu accent and Mala meaning 'mob') perform a high-energy and stunning fusion of traditional Indigenous culture, contemporary dance and storytelling. Since their 2007 clip of 'Zorba the Greek' went viral, they have thrilled audiences with reinterpretations of popular culture and traditional dances in a way that juxtaposes contemporary Yolngu culture. The show tells the genesis of Djuki Mala, interspersed with multimedia, giving audiences the opportunity to experience some of the more [read more]

Jacqueline Novak

Novak is a New York-based stand-up comedian and author. She has performed stand up on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon and The Late Late Show with James Corden. Her own Comedy Central Presents half hour special came out last year. In 2016, Novak released her first book, ‘How to Weep in Public: Feeble Offerings on Depression from Someone Who Knows’. Her comedy album, ‘Quality Notions’ shows off her versatility covering topics from pizza to Bohemian-Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke.

Ben Hanlin

A regular TV face, Ben appeared in his own ITV2 show ‘Tricked’ for three series as well as guest slots on Celebrity Juice, Live at The Palladium, The Apprentice and many more. He recently appeared on Sports Relief for BBC1 with a filmed piece backstage at the BBC’s Sport Personality of the Year showing magic to some of the UKs biggest sporting names included Anthony Joshua, Tom Daley, Torvil & Dean and Mark Foster. This year he appeared on three [read more]

Ivy Paige

International Showgirl, Ivy Paige is singer, chanteuse and Burlesque star. She is acclaimed for her sultry singing voice, killer curves, lightening wit and signature flame red hair. A tour de force she has wowed audiences across the globe - from performing the first-ever Burlesque show in The Middle East (Lebanon in 2015), which was also filmed and broadcast by MTV that New Years Eve. She is also the host of the smash hit European Tour, ‘An Evening of Burlesque’, which [read more]

Steve Norman

The renowned saxophonist, guitarist, percussionist and songwriter Steve Norman was an iconic figure in Spandau Ballet. The band have had multiple hit singles including True, Gold and Through the Barricades and sold over 25 million records worldwide and earning numerous multi-platinum awards. Steve wrote the band’s songs "Motivator & "Once More" as well as the legendary saxophone solo from the classic "True". Some of Steve’s career highlights include performing at the Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium, the Free Nelson Mandela concert and being [read more]

Bakers Eddy

Bakers Eddy have been making a name for themselves in the New Zealand and Australian punk scene playing with Australian #1 hitters Gang Of Youths, award-winning The Rubens and [read more]

David Sedaris

With sardonic wit and incisive social critiques, David Sedaris has become one of America’s pre- eminent humour writers. The great skill with which he slices through cultural euphemisms and political correctness proves that Sedaris is a master of satire and one of the most observant writers addressing the human condition today. David Sedaris is the author of Barrel Fever and Holidays on Ice, as well as collections of personal essays, Naked, Me Talk Pretty One Day, Dress Your Family in Corduroy [read more]

Jena Friedman

Jena Friedman is a stand up comedian, actor, writer and filmmaker. She is currently a correspondent for National Geographic Explorer and has worked as a field producer at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and has written for Late Show with David Letterman. Her critically acclaimed stand up special, American Cunt, is now available on Seeso and Amazon. www.jenafriedman.com

Immodesty Blaize

Queen of Burlesque, Immodesty Blaize, has been performing internationally for close to 20 years and is widely credited as the figurehead of the burlesque renaissance in Europe. No stranger to press commentary as a non-size zero performer, Immodesty has always flown the flag for curves, and is an ambassador for All Walks for the Catwalk; a non-profit organisation headed by Caryn Franklin, helping to challenge the fashion industry's dependence on unachievable and unhealthy body standards. A knee injury 4 years ago led [read more]

Jeff Dunham

Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham is a global comedy superstar and one of the world’s most inventive entertainers. Dunham, a Guinness World Record holder for “Most Tickets Sold for a Stand-up Comedy Tour,” has built an entertainment empire over years of non-stop touring and innovation. With over a million YouTube subscribers amassing over a billion views, he has carved out his own unique space in the comedy world leading to record-breaking viewership with his comedy specials on Comedy Central, NBC and his [read more]

Jennifer Evans

Jennifer Evans is an Irish vocalist and writer, who was born in Washington DC and moved to Ireland when she was 2 years old where she grew up in Dublin and moved to London in 2015. She has played with Sean Maynard Smith (bass) and Shane Holly (drums) for the last 5 years. The music is influenced by artists such as Kate Bush and Elizabeth Fraser. She has developed a guitar style base which is influenced by artists who improvise with [read more]

Tom Ward

Tom Ward is a comedian, writer and voiceover artist who performed his debut show at the Edinburgh Festival in 2016. Before Tom was in comedy, he traveled around the United States and lived in abandoned hotels that belonged to the former Cat Stevens and was in a band. Since he started stand up, he has been a finalist in the Piccadilly Comedy Club Comedian o f the year 2015, BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2014, the NATY competition 2013 and Leicester [read more]

Ruaraidh Murray – The Club

Ruaraidh Murray is an Edinburgh born writer and creator of 5 sell out theatre shows and his latest dark comedy also stars David Brody within its worldwide premiere at the Edinburgh festival. Ruaraidh studied as an actor at the Oxford School of Drama and was a member of the Young Writer Groups at the Royal Court and Traverse Theatre. Ruaraidh was long listed for the BBC Film Screenplay First Awards for his screenplay big Sean, Mikey and Me and was also [read more]

Sophie Willan

Sophie Willian is an award winning comedy writer and performer from Bolton who made her Edinburgh Festival debut at the Pleasance Courtyard in 2016 with her show On Record, which was developed with the Arts Council and The Lowry Theatre. Sophie grew up in and out of the Care System but at 23, the State handed over all of her personal records to her surprise and Sophie wrote her debut show about who she is today through the eyes of [read more]

Piff The Magic Dragon

Piff the Magic Dragon is the star of America’s Got Talent (NBC) and performed his latest sell out show in the Edinburgh Festival in 2016 direct from Las Vegas where he headlined the show The Cosmopolitan. Piff was also offered a solo show at the Flamingo hotel where he now resides for three nights a week. With over 40 million YouTube hits to his name, Piff has performed to hundreds of thousands of fans all over the world at venues [read more]

Phil Nichol

Phil Nichol is an award winning Canadian comedian who has performed 20 solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival. Television credits include Catastrophe (Channel 4), Uncle (BBC3), Siblings (BBC3), Man Down (Channel 4). Phil founded the award winning Comedians Theatre company which has had 20 years of 5 star sell out productions, with directors such as Stewart Lee and Cal McCrystal. The casts for the shows have included Mike McShane, Marcus Brigstocke, Lizzie Roper, Tony Law, Stephen K Amos, Lionel Blair, [read more]

Peter & Bambi Heaven

Peter & Bambi Heaven are spoof magicians and variety performers from Australia the creation of Asher Treleaven and Gypsy Wood, directed by Cal McCrystal (The Mighty Boosh). Gypsy Wood is a notorious performance artist and comedian who also made headlines when she performed several strip teases for Australian politicians such as PM Kevin Rudd on Television and burst out of a cake at the birthday party for former PM Bob Hawke in 2009 where she was dressed as former PM John [read more]

Norris & Parker

Norris and Parker are fearless and inventive performers, who are willing to go above and beyond in pursuit of a laugh. Unexpectedly topical, deliciously dark, sexually liberated and above all else, utterly mental- Norris and Parker are reinvigorating the double act, one aghast audience at a time. They have a podcast “The Norris & Parker Show” in production with Red Apple Creative and a sitcom in development with Various Artists Limited (Sam Bain/Jesse Armstrong/ Phil Clarke). This year they were [read more]

Neil Henry

Neil Henry is a magician who has performed all over the world and became an online sensation when over 200 million people saw him propose to his girlfriend Charlie with Alphabetti Spaghetti in the middle of his show at the Edinburgh Festival 2015. Neil has performed several sell out runs at the Edinburgh Festival and has built up many celebrity fans such as Audley Harrison MBE and Stephen Fry. www.neilhenrymagic.com

Michelle Wolf

Michelle Wolf is a US comedian, writer and contributor for Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Michelle made her Edinburgh Festival debut in 2016 with her show So Brave at the Pleasance Courtyard where she received a nomination for lastminute.com Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer. Michelle was also a supervising writer and performer on Late Night with Seth Meyers where she made her late night television debut as a comedian in July 2014. She has also made a number [read more]

Michael Griffiths

Michael Griffiths is an Australian cabaret performer who has performed three sell out shows at the Edinburgh Festival. Michael has toured around Australia with fans that include Barry Humphries and is set to tour the US in early 2017. Michael showcases his beautiful songs in his shows but Cole, his latest show, is an amusing character study of the talent that wrote his music. Michael is a singer, pianist, actor and composer and was nominated for a Green Room award for [read more]

Mark Dolan

Mark Dolan is a comedian and writer best known as the presenter for Balls of Steel on Channel 4. Other television credits include The Funny Thing About (Channel 5), There’s Something About Movies (Sky1), The Buzz (Dave), Celebrity Come Dine With Me with Helen Flanagan, Shaun Ryder and Kirsten O’Brien (Channel 4). Mark began his career as a stand up in 2000 where he was in the final for So You Think You’re Funny and he has performed stand up all [read more]

Laurence Clark

Laurence Clark is an internationally critically acclaimed and award winning comedian, writer and actor who also has cerebral palsy. Daniel Radcliffe has said in a newspaper interview that he studied a video of Laurence to help him prepare for a character with cerebral palsy. Laurence has performed 9 solo hour long comedy shows at the Edinburgh Festival. Laurence has performed everywhere from the House of Commons to a bus in Sheffield. Television appearances include a BBC1 documentary that followed Laurence called [read more]

Kate Lucas

Kate Lucas is a musical comedian and writer who made her Edinburgh Festival debut with her show Whatever Happened to Kate Lucas at the Pleasance Courtyard in 2016. Kate was awarded Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year in 2014 and has since developed a seriously impressive reputation on the circuit where she performs at some of the most famous clubs around the UK every weekend to packed out crowds. She has also provided support for acts that include Ed Byrne, [read more]

Glenn Moore

Glenn is a critically acclaimed and prolific stand-up, writer and sketch comedian. He was nominated for ‘Best Debut Show’ at the Leicester Comedy Festival, and has supported Josie Long and Dave Gorman.  He is a staff writer on the CITV sketch comedy show Scrambled, has written for Russell Howard’s Good News and Play To The Whistle, and has contributed material for Mock The Week as well as appearing on the show.  Before joining Absolute Radio’s Breakfast show he frequently appeared alongside [read more]

Ever Mainard

Ever Mainard is a US comedian who made her debut show Let Me Be Your Main Main at the Edinburgh Festival in 2016. She started comedy in Chicago at Second City and was a member of the Chicago Underground Comedy. Television credits include Knock, Knock, It’s Tig with Tig Notaro (Showtime) and has performed at festivals that include Oddball, RIOT LA, Just for Laughs where she has also opened for comedians such as Nick Thune, Tig Notaro and Maria Bamford. [read more]

Chris Stokes

Chris Stokes is a comedian and writer who has been a stand up since 2007. Chris has supported Milton Jones and Pete Firman on several UK tours as well as at festivals such as Latitude. Chris has performed three solo shows at the Edinburgh Festivals and has performed on television shows such as Dave’s One Night Stand as well as Radio 4 shows such as Word of Mouth and What’s So Funny. www.chrisstokescomedy.com

Puddles Pity Party

Puddles is a 7 foot clown who is well known for his beautiful voice and has received over 30 million views on YouTube and has a fan base of more than 155,000 on Facebook. Puddles had one of the runaway sell out hit shows of the Edinburgh Festival 2015 with many 5 star reviews and sold out his run at the Edinburgh Festival in 2016. Puddles has performed all over the world, particularly in Australia, Belgium and was a featured performer [read more]

Lucie Pohl

Lucie is a comedian from New York who has performed three solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival that fuse stand up, stories and character comedy. Lucie has received 4 and 5 star reviews for her shows and played to sold out houses in the West End, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Germany, Bucharest, Romania and had a full run at IRT Theatre (resident artist) in New York. As an actor, she has appeared in films and television series that include Harry Porter Film [read more]

Tig Notaro

Tig Notaro is one of the most famous comedians in the US and a real favourite around the world. In 2012, at Largot Theater in Los Angeles, Tig performed the entire shows around the news that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer only a few days before the show. She blended her humour with a matter of fact approach that left her fans both in tears and laughter – one of her most famous fans at the show was [read more]

Terry Alderton

One of the most exciting comedians around, Terry regularly performs all over the globe. His accolades include winning the Malcolm Hardee award, Best International Act at the New Zealand Comedy Festival and a Perrier nomination for Best Show. He has performed alongside some of comedy's biggest stars. Michael McIntyre has found Terry as a source of inspiration, describing him as “…sensational… inspirational … a powerhouse of comedy”.  Frank Skinner said Terry’s show was the best live show he’d ever seen, [read more]

Michael Che

Michael Che is a US writer and comedian, who is one of the stars of Saturday Night Live and The Daily Show. Michael has also been a correspondent on the Emmy & Peabody Award winning program The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and became the first ever stand up to perform on Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC) in 2014 that followed his debut performance on The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) in 2012. Michael also taped his first [read more]

Margaret Cho

Margaret Cho is a US comedian, actress and talk show host, whose credits that include film, television, books, music and theatre and performs stand up all around the world. She has three Grammy Award and one Emmy nomination for her work with Tina Fey. Margaret first appeared on television in 1994 in the network comedy All American Girl, followed by The Cho Show, one of the first reality sitcoms to air on VH1. Film and DVD releases for her shows have [read more]

Chortle Awards

The Chortle Awards started in 2001 as a compliment to the work of the website throughout the year run by Steve Bennett. The awards have supported and brought attention to some of the best new and established comedians around the world and the event is always attended by a stellar line up of guests to present the awards. The categories for the awards include Best Newcoer, Breakthrough Act, Club Comic, Best Compere, Best Character Improv or Sketch Act, Best Music and [read more]

Card Ninja

Javier Jarquin is a comedian and magician from New Zealand who specializes in card trickery. Javier performs a one man show, PG rated with up beat humour, impressive card skills and smooth interaction with the sold out crowds that come to see him perform. In 2014, Javier appeared on the Guinness World Records show on Chinese television, with a record audience of 211 million. Javier performs stand up comedy regularly performs around the country at some of the best comedy clubs.

Bobby Davro

Bobby Davro is a comedian, impressionist, actor and reality star. Bobby made three series of Public Enemy Number One, Rock With Laughter and Run The Risk, which were all on the BBC and was the host for Winner Takes It All for 65 programmes on Yorkshire Television. Bobby has performed on hundreds of other entertainment shows over the years that include Your Face Sounds Familiar in 2013 on ITV. More recently, Bobby has been n a few reality TV shows [read more]

Ali Cook

Ali Cook is a magician and film star. Ali has performed all around the world and in 2015 he sold out the run of his new show The Art of Astonishment – his third show at the Edinburgh Festival, which takes inspirations from Alice In Wonderland. As a result of these truly innovative live shows, Ali has received the highest awards offered by the Magic Circle with his promotion to Member of the Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star where previous [read more]

Husky

Husky is a cult Australian band that consists of Gawenda (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Arron Light (Drums) Gideon Preiss (Keyboards) and Evan Tweedie (Bass Guitar). They dominate their hometown of Melbourne and have more than 48,000 likes on Facebook. Their music is both delicate and tender but also has an endearing simplicity and keen sense of fun. With the release of their new album Ruckers Hill, the band’s song writing and musicianship has been taken to new levels. www.huskysongs.com

Milk and Bone

Milk and Bone are a Canadian band, who were nominated this year for Breakthrough Group of the Year at the Juno Awards (the equivalent to the Brits in Canada). The band consists of Laurence Lafond-Beaune and Camille Poliquin, who both perform vocals and play the keyboards where they combine their talents to create electro pop melodies. Their debut album Little Mourning, was released in Canada and received much critical acclaim that includes a place on the Polaris Music Prize long [read more]

Scarlet Fantastic

Scarlet Fantastic (Maggie K De Monde) work spans over four decades and recently released a new album Reverie, which features 12 tracks that take a new musical direction. The songs are inspired by life events, travels, nature and dreams all underpinned with her natural sense of drama. In the 1980s, Scarlet Fantastic received chart success with her bands Swans Way Soul Train and No Memory – a club classic in the 1990s. She toured around the UK and Europe and appeared [read more]

The Bluetones

The Bluetones were a huge part of the Brit Pop music and consists of Mark Morriss (vocals), Adam Devlin (guitar) Scott Morriss (bass guitar) and Eds Chesters (drums). They wrote three Top 10 albums with many of their songs in the Top 30. They have performed at Glastonbury, on Top of the Pops and performed more than 10,000 shows in more than 73 countries. In 2015, they sold out their 20th Anniversary UK tour of venues that included the Leeds 02 [read more]

The Griswolds

The Griswolds are an Australian four piece indie pop band that consists of Christopher Whitehall (vocals/guitar) Daniel Duque-Perez (guitar), Tim John (bassist) and Lachlan West (drummer). Their debut album Be Impressive has already smashed the US, with songs featured in the Top 5 of the iTunes alternative Chart and millions of streams worldwide that saw them m finish in the Top 3 of the Spotify emerge campaign. Their music is about love and loss on a wide emotional spectrum as if [read more]

The Jack Tars

The Jack Tars is a tour that consists of Captain Sensible, Slim Jim Phantom, Chris Cheney and Mike Peters. This legendary line up of musicians recently performed a tour around the UK where they set light to stages all around the country with a selection of their own songs alongside tracks that helped define a generation of rock music. www.thejacktars.com

London SketchFest

London SketchFest showcases the best up-and-coming comedy talent in character and sketch comedy and is becoming the biggest alternative comedy festival for launching new and emerging comedians. Now in its fourth year, London SketchFest presents an annual weekend series of one-off showcases in front of industry judging panels, alongside feature shows with more established acts, a new writing competition and short film competition. www.londonsketchfest.com

Zoe Lyons

Zoe’s trademark high energy, brilliantly observed routines and sharply written material has left her with an ever-growing fan base – she has won both the Comedian’s Comedian Award and Chortle Best Club Comic. Zoe is set to appear on the new series of Celebrity Masterchef, as well as Channel 4’s brand new show, Star Boot Sale. She recently appeared on And They're Off... for Sport Relief (BBC One), ‘My First Holiday’ for The One Show, and is currently starring in a short film [read more]

Nish Kumar

Critically acclaimed comic, internationally famed meme & wonderfully nice gentleman, Nish Kumar is a comedian, and a bloody good one at that (Time Out). Nish has achieved huge success on the stand-up circuit with five rave reviewed solo stand-up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, two of which have been nominated for the prestigious Comedy Award for Best Show in both 2015 & 2016. Nish has also received nominations for Best Show at the 2013 Leicester Comedy Festival & Breakthrough [read more]

Red Bastard

Red Bastard has performed two consecutive sell out seasons at the Edinburgh Festival in 2013 and 2014 and has received 5 star reviews for his shows across North America, Europe and Australia. Red Bastard is Eric Davis.  In 2011, he created the role of Allen Smithee in Cirque Du Soleil’s Resident Hollywood show, Iris. In 2010, he won the Golden Nose for Clown of the Year in New York.  In addition, he was a Finalist for the NY Comedy Festival’s Andy Kaufman Award, and the award [read more]

My Life Story

My Life Story enjoyed a string of chart hits in the 90s and were key players in the Britpop movement. They were a huge favourite on the live circuit with their flamboyant shows and loyal following. The band scored 6 Top 40 hits, including 12 Reasons Why I Love Her, Strumpet and Sparkle, described by Smash Hits as "the best pop single of last year not to feature the Spice Girls.” Recently named by NME as "one of the greatest lost bands [read more]

Roy Harper

Roy Harper has been a recording artist for over 50 years and his awards have included the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013 and the Mojo Magazines Hero Award in 2005 presented to him by long time collaborator and friend, Jimmy Page. In September 2013 Roy Harper: Man & Myth - The Documentary, directed by George Scott, was broadcast on Sky Arts and his first album in thirteen years, Man & Myth, was released to rave reviews on Bella Union followed by three special concerts. Now officially ‘retired’, and living in a secluded [read more]

Slim Jim Phantom

Slim Jim Phantom, a true rock-n- roll icon as the legendary drummer for the Stray Cats. With over 30 years in the business and millions of record sales later Slim Jim Phantom continues to inspire and excite audiences worldwide. With a sound, style and image that remains as fresh today as it ever was, Phantom has cemented his place among rock royalty. Considered by many as the coolest drummer in rock-n- roll, Phantom’s influence is still clearly felt on today’s music [read more]