has been active on the UK comedy circuit since the tender age of 19. He excels in combining both personal, confessional material with up-to-date social and political anecdotes. This has won him numerous credits and plaudits over the years (Black Comedy Awards Best Comic On Mainstream Circuit 2011, FHM Stand Up Hero Finalist, Broadcast Hostshot, Chortle Student Comic Of The Year) and has made him one of the hottest rising young stars on the circuit. He’s appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3), Mock The Week (BBC2), Most Annoying People (BBC3), The Nathan Caton Show (Comedy Central), Comedy Cuts (ITV2), Little Miss Joycelyn (BBC3), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4), Loose Ends (BBC Radio 4), Living With The Enemy (BBC Radio 4), BBC Comedy Awards (BBC Radio 7) and even written for Stand Up For The Week (Channel 4), News Quiz (BBC Radio 4) and Rastamouse (CBBC)!!Sarah Kendall
is an Australian comedian from Newcastle, New South Wales, now based in London. She attained much success on the Australian comedy circuit since winning the Raw Comedy competition in 1998, regularly appearing on Australian television, before moving to the United Kingdom in 2000. Kendall in 2004 was nominated for the prestigious Perrier award. She has also performed in the Melbourne Comedy Festival regularly since 2000. Kendall has been a ‘special guest’ on the BBC Radio 2 comedy show Parsons and Naylor’s Pull-Out Sections. She was part of an all-female sketch comedy show called Beehive also starring Alice Lowe, Barunka O’Shaughnessy and Clare Thomson, which was aired on E4. She also was a guest stand up comic on BBC Three’s Russell Howard’s Good News. From 2010 she took the role of Libby McKenzie, an Australian character introduced in Series 6 of the BBC Radio 4 series Clare in the Community. On 23 November 2012 Kendall appeared on BBC Radio 4’s satirical news show The Now Show.
With Andrew Watts, Mike Sheer, Rhys Matthewson, Dave Green, In Cahoots, Sahar Mirhadi & MC Sam Deards