Steve Hall is a stand-up comedian and writer, who returned to the Edinburgh Festival in 2015 with his sell-out third show Zebra – “for sheer unadulterated fun this Fringe, it’s hard to think of too many comedians who will offer the same glee” (The List). In 2014 he supported Russell Howard on his sell-out national tour Wonderbox, having previously supported Russell on his tours Adventures, Dingledodies and Big Rooms And Belly Laughs.
Steve has written on the last 5 series of Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC 2) as well as numerous other programmes, such as Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central), A League of Their Own (Sky) and The Now Show(BBC Radio 4), among others. He is a regular guest on The Frank Skinner Show on Absolute Radio and has appeared as a panellist on The Rest is History for BBC Radio 4.
“Nothing short of hysterical” – The List
“Deadpan brilliance” – Time Out
Hayley Ellis featured in the top Fringe jokes of all time in The Scotsman, The Independent and The Mirror. Guess who’s back? Back again, Hayley’s back, tell a friend. I mean that opening line relies heavily on you having knowledge of the Eminem song. Oh god! I’m wasting characters I could be using to describe my show. It’s a show about a lost pigeon. My Grandad’s pigeon to be precise. A story of patience and people but mainly pigeons. As seen on MTV and Virgin Television. One of Sarah Millican’s tour supports for 2018.
A quickly ascending new comedian from Yorkshire who has made a name for herself with hilarious impressions, an impeccable wit and cutting one-liners. Winner of Funny Women’s Queen of the Meme and a runner-up in Hilarity Bites New Act of the Year 2017.
Steff Todd performed at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 as part of CKP’s Lunchtime Special and also hosted Funny Women during the festival. She is doing a work in progress solo show at Leicester Comedy Festival 2018. She’s well-known for her brilliant joke writing and likeable, quirky persona. She was a hit on Gary Delaney and Caimh McDonnell’s topical panel show Panelbeaters.
“Endearing stage presence, lovely quirky material with killer lines” Just Fair Laughs
“Very funny and definitely one to watch” Manford’s Comedy Club
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Running time: 105 minutes (includes a 20 minute interval)