PAUL TONKINSON, BRETT GOLDSTEIN, ALISTAIR WILLIAMS & TONY MARRESE
For someone who first shot to fame as the “funny one” on the early shift on Sunday mornings as host of BBC 2′s originally titled The Sunday Show back in 1996, the fact that he is still going strong today is testament to the brilliance and diversity of the thin faced comedian and the timeless quality of his comedy. Appearing on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow 2010 again confirming Paul Tonkinson is a class act.
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Brett Goldstein is an actor and a writer who turned to stand up because he was bored of depressing people through plays. “If I could depress them through the medium of laughter…” he thought, “that would be something…”
Brett arrived onto the comedy scene with a bang in 2006. Since then he has been a finalist and semi finalist in every major comedy competition going. You will also have seen him in in various TV roles, including Ricky Gervais’ ‘Derek’.
In 2011 he took his debut solo show, “Brett Goldstein Grew Up In A Strip Club” to Edinburgh where it recieved rave reviews and played to sell out audiences.
Brett is currently gigging all over the shop, from the Covent Garden Comedy Club, to supporting Patrick Monahan at the Royal Albert Hall.
He is the resident compere at The 99 Club Storm on Thursdays.
“Very amusing,” Time Out
“Brilliant,” London Lite
Having exploded on to the stand up circuit last year, multi award winning Alistair Williams has quickly made a name for himself with razor sharp content and high-watt charm. He’s already become a regular at the UK’s most famous venues including The Comedy Store and Up the Creek and is constantly building an ever-growing international presence.
Unafraid of tackling rough subject matter, Alistair is also a passionate health campaigner. Combining raw personal anecdotes with a jam packed gag count and slick extroverted style, he creates bespoke comedy content to challenge the food and health industries, regularly grabbing the attention of leading megabrands. He’s also a history graduate and constantly exploring the subject via his stand up. Both themes will feature heavily in his new 2018 Edinburgh Fringe hour.
Smart, passionate, impressively quick witted and bursting with infectious confidence, this is stand up that grabs your attention and Alistair Williams is quickly solidifying his place as one of stand up’s most exciting rising stars.