Aisling Bea, in 2012, became the first woman to win the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? competition in 20 years. She was also a semi-finalist in the Amused Moose competition 2012. In May she performed on Russell Howard’s Good News. She also appeared as a guest panelist on BBC NI Panel show Monumental hosted by Adam Hills, BBC NI Radio show The Blame Game,ITV pilot Clip Traders with Charlie Baker, Radio Scotland Show The Guessing Game and will also be appearing in the second series of Jack Dee’s new Sky panel show Don’t Sit In The Front Row and Radio Scotland ShowBad Language hosted by Richard Herring.
David Mills won the New Act of the Year 20011 (formerly Hackney Empire New Act of the Year). His signature style merges Dave Allen and Kenneth Williams. He’s played all over London and the South east. He’s ‘Second Banana’ or sidekick on Scott Capurro’s Position, the live, comedy chat show that has had multiple sell-out runs in London and a 5-star run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2011. Mills’ is also an established cabaret comic and performs with piano accompaniment. He’s had several solo shows including: ‘His talent for whip cracking one-liners is audaciously thrilling.’ – Time Out ‘A gifted, bravura performer. His ruthless, cynical bitchiness is hysterically funny.’ SF Bay Guardian. ‘A waspishly brilliant comic who, perched on a stool, looked and sounded like one of the Algonquin wits drinking cocktails in Manhattan.’ Arthur Smith
Plus Nish Kumar ‘Massively charming and very witty … a delightful talent’ Time Out, Garrett Millerick ‘Undeniably honest and hilarious’ ThreeWeeks, Helen Thorn, Fred Ferenzi, Sahar Mirhadi & MC Sam Deards “Bloody funny and very charming – highly recommended” Mark Dolan C4 Balls of Steel
The Grove, 83 Hammersmith Grove, Hammersmith, London, W6 0NQ
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