The Good Ship

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    Join us every Monday from 8pm for the best in stand up comedy and at just £5 (or £4 in advance) entry fee there is not a better value night of Comedy to be had!

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    Monday 1st September 2014


    Katherine Ryan

    Katherine has appeared as a guest on numerous panel shows including 8 Out of 10 Cats, Mock the Week and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. She is also due to appear on Q.I. later in the year. Most memorably, she was voted through to the final of BBC One’s Let’s Dance for Comic Relief after a spectacular performance as Nicki Minaj performing Starships.

    As well as being a writer-performer Katherine is also a talented actress and played the lead role of George in Victoria Pile’s Channel 4 series Campus. Katherine also appeared regularly throughout the second series of Episodes as Merc’s Assistant.

    Katherine was a support act for Angelos Epithemiou’s One Night Stand for Dave and performed a set on Frankie Boyle’s The Boyle Variety Show which aired on Channel Four last summer.

    “She has perfect timing and enough attitude to stop an elephant in its tracks.” Time Out

    “Dark remarks about her cancer treatment and sugary innocence made a striking combination.” Evening Standard


    Starting his stand-up career in 2011, Adam showed himself to be one of the most exciting new acts in the country, winning the Chortle Student Comedy Award and taking a runner-up place in Leicester Square Theatre New Act of the Year award that same year. He originally became known for his surreal one-liners however later went on to prove himself as an accomplished story-teller and sketch-writer. He was later nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer and Leicester Mercury New Act Of The Year.

    A prolific writer; Adam has also become widely known for his unique brand of comedy on Twitter and in the last two years has accrued tens of thousands of followers from the jokes he posts there alone. The BBC even filmed a selection of his tweets as sketches starring him as one of their ‘Feed My Funny’ videos. He has also written for such TV regulars as Seann Walsh and Chris Ramsey.

    In 2013 a tweet by Adam was voted funniest of the year by The Telegraph.

    “The UK’s Rob Delaney.” Graham Linehan

    “Batters the audience into laughter.” Chortle

    “Bangs out lines quicker than Scarface.” Evening Standard


    Dan Schreiber is a writer, a stand-up comedian, a TV presenter, a producer, a Podcaster and most notably a funny man. You can currently hear Dan’s Transatlantic tones swilling around the top of the iTunes podcast chart as he hosts QI derived comedy ‘No Such Thing as a Fish’.

    “Smart on stage, with a penchant for quirky true stories – he has funny bones and an engagingly upbeat delivery in which to package his borderline nerdy concerns.” Chortle


    Star of your kids TV screens on the massively popular ‘Johnny & Inel Show’, Johnny is an upbeat, engaging and hilarious performer who can translate the success he has with younger audiences to our stage.



    Small, hairy, opinionated, enthusiastic, friendly, Madagascan and daft. 85.7% of these adjectives can be applied to your host Whether compering the comedy stage at Bestival, gigging at one of the nation’s favourite comedy clubs or just displaying his trademark total lack of hand-to-eye co-ordination, Ben is an ever-popular and quick-witted ringmaster.

    Amazingly just £5 entry (or £4 in advance online)


    Doors 6pm for 8pm start.

    Monday 8th September 2014



    Romesh Ranganathan’s impact on the comedy circuit since his debut in 2010 has seen him quickly make a name for himself as a finalist in the Latitude New Act Compeition 2010, So You Think You’re Funny? final 2010 as well as being a runner up in Amused Moose Laugh Off 2010. From playing comedy clubs all over the country Ranganathan’s profile has grown as has the respect from his peers which has resulted in him writing for numerous shows and supporting the likes of Seann Walsh, Bill Burr, Paul Chowdhry and one of his comedy heroes Ricky Gervais.

    The last twelve months have been incredible for Ranganathan with him winning the prestigious Leicester Mercury New Act Award 2013, his critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival debut being nominated for the coveted Best Newcomer Award 2013 and the follow-up gaining a Best Show nomination too. Culminating in his debut appearance on BBC2′s Mock The Week, BBC1′s Live At The Apollo, BBC3′s Russell Howard’s Good News, Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live 2013 and a regular slot on Channel 4′s weekly topical show Stand Up For The Week.

    “His ability to produce bitingly fresh gags marks him out from the crowd.” The Guardian

    **** Sunday Times


    Since 2000, Allyson June Smith has been tickling Canada’s comedy scene from the moment she put down the chalk brush and picked up a mic. Playing to packed rooms has become like another day in the classroom for this former schoolteacher.
    With credits including her own hour long Comedy special on Canadian television, writing for CBC Radio’s hit show The Debaters, and now her third showing this July in the prestigious Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival.

    She has performed for a wide range of audiences from corporations to the most rural gatherings. Whether she was the compere, support or headliner, she has delighted them all. Allyson has now arrived on the UK comedy scene. Using her sassy blend of in-your-face stand-up and hilariously insightful commentary, she has already begun working for most of the UK’s major promoters. In addition, she was the supporting act for Stewart Francis’s 2012 theatre tour.

    It is her genuinely unique sense of humor and excellent performance timing that has made audiences laugh. This teacher-cum-comic is ready to show international audiences why she is a sought-after fan favourite. Allyson have appeared at the Just For Laughs Festival three times. As well as being nominated for the 2012 Canadian comedy awards for best female stand up comedian.

    “Allyson Smith reminds me of a younger, prettier, funnier me. Now if you’ll excuse me, the ladies from my bridge club have arrived.” Stewart Francis


    Having appeared on both ’8 Out of 10 Cats’ and ‘The Alternative Comedy Experience’ in the past 12 months Fern is swift becoming a favourite of both mainstream and leftfield comedy crowds. Acerbic, honest, open, cutting and hilarious she’s a sure-fire comedy hit!

    “A great comic sensibility, with moments of sparkling verve.” The Guardian

    “Fern Brady is developing a potent identity with her gravelly attacks upon the delicate boundaries of modern taste…a fearsome originality and a torrent of arresting and disturbing imagery.”
    Scotland on Sunday


    A brilliantly oddball new voice on the circuit, Alasdair won the prestigious 2014 New Act of the Year Award, previously won by the likes of Abandoman, Stewart Lee and Ardal O’Hanlan. Since then his erudite and literate comedy has been entertaining crowds all round the country.

    “A bold and fresh comedy voice.” The Stage

    “Clever and quirky without ever being inaccessible.” Evening Standard



    Small, hairy, opinionated, enthusiastic, friendly, Madagascan and daft. 85.7% of these adjectives can be applied to your host Whether compering the comedy stage at Bestival, gigging at one of the nation’s favourite comedy clubs or just displaying his trademark total lack of hand-to-eye co-ordination, Ben is an ever-popular and quick-witted ringmaster.

    Amazingly just £5 entry (or £4 in advance online)


    Doors 6pm for 8pm start.

    Monday 15th September 2014


    phil ellis

    Over the past few years Phil Ellis has established a strong reputation as a unique, reliable and exciting act. A regular MC on the national circuit, his natural and instantly likeable style has proved a hit with promoters and audiences alike. However it was at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe when Phil’s madcap comedy came of age and he was awarded the prestigious Panel Prize for his lunatic interpretation of a comedy show for kids called “Funz & Gamez”. Managing to skirt the line between hilarious and arrestably inappropriate, Phil managed to wow both punters and critics alike.

    “A uniquely funny show.” **** The Guardian

    “Gloriously funny.” **** Time Out

    “Ellis sets such a cracking pace… he flits around the audience with his frisky, easy banter spreading a feeling of good-humoured fun.” **** Chortle


    Jonny Pelham has been nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer, finished runner-up in So You Think You’re Funny? and been a finalist and the judges choice in the BBC New Comedy Awards. Admittedly he has never won any of these things, but by God he has come close a lot.

    “Jonny Pelham set the bar high with a perfectly structured and sublimely self-deprecating set with perfect timing.” Chortle


    Richard has appeared in Catherine Tate’s Nan, Peep Show, Miranda and Russell Howard’s Good News.

    As well as acting, Richard is an award winning stand-up comedian, winning So You Think You’re Funny in 2007, earning him a spot at the prestigious Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. In 2012 was the only British nominee at Comedy Central’s Comedy Awards in New York.

    He also runs Richard Sandling’s Perfect Movie, a film based Comedy show, which he has been performing monthly in London since 2008 & Squat Betty Spoken Word Night.

    “Joyful, funny and clever.” The Scotsman


    Phil Jerrod is a Brighton based comedian. He has been performing stand-up regularly since early 2012 and in that short time has built up a reputation as having one of the biggest beards in stand-up comedy.

    “The most original new comedian I’ve seen in ages.”
    Adam Bloom

    “A fantastic set of perfectly delivered, perfectly timed and perfectly glorious comedy.”
    Broadway Baby


    Hailing from West London and ping-ponging between cultures has left her with no choice but to stand up and laugh about her strict and strange upbringing. A storyteller, Bisha touches on topics including race, religion, science and family. Her laid-back charm, along with her ability to surprise and delight audiences took her to the Final of the 2013 Funny Women Awards within a year of her first gig.

    “It’s a rare treat to see a comedian with a unique and instantly defined persona. Bisha already seems to know more about comedy than many veterans of the art form.”
    Adam Bloom



    Small, hairy, opinionated, enthusiastic, friendly, Madagascan and daft. 85.7% of these adjectives can be applied to your host Whether compering the comedy stage at Bestival, gigging at one of the nation’s favourite comedy clubs or just displaying his trademark total lack of hand-to-eye co-ordination, Ben is an ever-popular and quick-witted ringmaster.

    Amazingly just £5 entry (or £4 in advance online)


    Doors 6pm for 8pm start.

    Monday 22nd September 2014


    John Kearns-

    The first man in history to win the Foster’s Best Show award the year after being named Best Newcomer, you will never have seen or heard anything like John Kearns. Taking to the stage in tonsorial wig, fake teeth and boggle-eyed glasses, he spouts forth authoritative nonsense that leaves audience after audience in a mess of convulsed giggles. This man is absolutely on the forefront of comedy invention in 2014 and you should seem him now so you can tell your grandkids about it in years to come.

    “Now THIS is how you do absurd comedy… a bold, hilarious debut… he has forged comedy gold.” ★★★★★ Chortle

    “A true comedy original.” ★★★★ Time Out

    “A brilliantly constructed piece of absurdist clowning.” ★★★★ Evening Standard

    “Spike Milligan, Vic & Bob, John Kearns. Say hello to comedy’s latest lunatic.” ★★★★ Beyond the Joke


    Since starting stand-up in September 2008, Tony has quickly established himself as one of the brightest up-and-coming comperes on the circuit, being one of the resident hosts at the legendary Stand club in Newcastle. He specialises in grounded whimsy – spouting twinkly Geordie nonsense inspired by everyday observations. Last year he put together the hit show ‘Football Manager Ruined My Life’, which is all set for an autumn tour around the country.

    “Wonderful terriffic … life affirming stuff.” The Skinny

    “Cannot help but watch in awe.” Comedy Central


    Following impressive performances and wowing audiences at The Latitude, V and Reading festivals in 2013, Elliot Steel is the new must-see comic name to watch out for in 2014.

    At just seventeen years old Elliot regales confidence and a stage presence behind his years.

    Elliot’s hilarious and honest routines are gritty real-life tales of growing up on a South London council estate – all delivered in his refreshingly individual style.

    “nifty storytelling skills.” Chortle


    Ingrid moved to the UK from Norway in 2002. She performed her first comedy gig in July 2011 and 30 gigs later won a coveted place in the final of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny competition at the Gilded Balloon. Her set at the final was selected to appear on the Culture Show’s coverage of the Edinburgh Festival for BBC2.

    In October 2012 Ingrid also competed in the final of the inaugural Squawker Awards at the Brighton Comedy Festival. She delivered a blistering set during the fiercely contested competition and was deservedly announced the Winner. The winner’s prize included a spot at the Best of the Fest show at the Brighton Dome. Despite her newcomer status, Ingrid’s confident performance received rapturous applause from the 1400 strong crowd.

    “Always quirky, an engaging oddball with innate funny-bones.”



    Small, hairy, opinionated, enthusiastic, friendly, Madagascan and daft. 85.7% of these adjectives can be applied to your host Whether compering the comedy stage at Bestival, gigging at one of the nation’s favourite comedy clubs or just displaying his trademark total lack of hand-to-eye co-ordination, Ben is an ever-popular and quick-witted ringmaster.

    Amazingly just £5 entry (or £4 in advance online)


    Doors 6pm for 8pm start.

    Monday 29th September 2014


    ray peacock

    Ray Peacock returns from a hugely successful run a the Edinburgh Fringe with his much-lauded show ‘Here Comes Trouble’, ready to spread mischief and misrule wherever he can. Ray has established himself as one of the most popular compères, headline performers and TV warm-up acts on the circuit, with Chortle Award Nominations in the best compere and best internet show categories.

    In 2007, Ray created the Ray Peacock Podcast, leading to the hugely popular Peacock and Gamble Podcast with Ed Gamble as co-host. Almost 200 episodes of the iTunes #1 show have been recorded including numerous live shows and special runs at the Edinburgh Fringe with guests including Russell Howard, Matt Lucas and Ardal O’Hanlon. 
The show has also picked up Chortle Internet Comedy Award nominations in consecutive years, used as in flight entertainment for British Airways and was recently commissioned as a flagship show on FUBAR radio.

    With double act Peacock and Gamble, Ray presents The Comedy Club on BBC Radio 4 Extra, starred in Warm Up for BBC Comedy Online (which Ray also wrote and produced) and appeared twice on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three), both as stand-ups and as a double act. They remain the only acts to have made repeat appearances on the show. After Emergency Broadcast in 2011 and Don’t Even Want To Be on Telly Anyway in 2012, Ray returned to the Edinburgh Festival in 2013 with Peacock & Gamble: Heart-Throbs, picking up multiple 4 star reviews and subsequently touring the UK. Their show Emergency Broadcast was made into a pilot for Radio 4.

    Ray’s TV credits include No Heroics (ITV2), Doctor Who (BBC One), Skins (E4), Doctors (BBC One), Skin Deep (Channel 4), Not Going Out (BBC ONE), The Many Faces Of Les Dawson (BBC ONE) and Les Dawson’s Finest Hour (Channel 4). 

    “Combining the childish mischief of John Belushi with the victimised protestations of the underdog.” **** The List

    “Incessantly hilarious.” The Guardian

    “Unrestrained silliness, uninhibited childishness.” The Independent


    Welsh Comedian Kiri Pritchard – Mclean has been making something of a name for herself in the short time she’s being performing stand up comedy. A unique and assured comic voice Kiri is known for her topical, deft and sometimes dark comedy.

    An enviable gag rate and work ethic has seen Kiri rise from open spot to weekend act in just three years and her quick wit and natural charm sees her as a much in demand compere excelling in arts centres and weekend clubs. This year at the Edinburgh Festival she reached the final of the Amused Moose New Act competition and directed ‘Geins Family Giftshop’, which was nominated for a Fosters Best Newcomer award.

    “The biggest lesson this smart, instantly likeable girl-next-door type from Anglesey will give you is in observational comedy. She balances affection with an acute eye for the ridiculous to bring you a stand up set of well delivered, increasingly funny anecdotes.” Three Weeks

    “Kiri was by far the funniest & quick witted, one to look out for in the future.” Leicester Mercury


    A stickler for good times and the correct following of protocol, the bespectacled third of award-winning sketch comedy supergroup Pappys join us to bring his brilliantly neurotic comedy to our stage. He’s a master of the absurd and seemingly out of control audience participation and a good time is always guaranteed in his adept hands.

    “A charming performer, he immediately wins his audience with his warmth and genuine likability.” British Comedy Guide


    A master of warped and challenging character comedy, Alistair is always one step ahead of his audiences as he plays with their preconceptions and sensibilities to do with his deep dissatisfaction with the world around him.

    “When it comes to buried treasures, Green is one of the most well hidden: a long-standing favourite with acclaimed comics such as Pappy’s and Joe Wilkinson, he’s never had the breakthrough his well-crafted miserabilist stand-up has always merited.” The Guardian


    A finalist in the prestigious New Act of the Year competition, Alex is one of an exciting group of young, sharp Londoners bringing joy and smart observations to clubs all round the country.

    “Alex did brilliantly on a star studded bill, the audience couldn’t tell who the open spot was.” Outside the Box Comedy Club, Kingston



    Small, hairy, opinionated, enthusiastic, friendly, Madagascan and daft. 85.7% of these adjectives can be applied to your host Whether compering the comedy stage at Bestival, gigging at one of the nation’s favourite comedy clubs or just displaying his trademark total lack of hand-to-eye co-ordination, Ben is an ever-popular and quick-witted ringmaster.

    Amazingly just £5 entry (or £4 in advance online)


    Doors 6pm for 8pm start.

    Monday 6th October 2014



    Toby has been a stand-up comedian for over 15 years, being the resident compere at the multi-award winning XS Malarkey comedy club in Fallowfield, Manchester, since 1997. He also hosts New Stuff at The Comedy Store in Manchester every fortnight, and filled a similar role at The Limelight comedy club in Crewe for a number of years. Toby has also performed regularly at Robin Ince’s Book Club and Robin Ince’s School For Gifted Children, appeared alongside Marcus Brigstocke, Phill Jupitus, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Hattie Hayridge in the improv tour Totally Looped and was one of The Unbroadcastable Radio Show (topical sketch group) at The Comedy Store every month between 2003-2009.

    Toby is also one of the foremost authorities on Dr.Who inside or outside of the comedy communuity. It’s beyond an obsession, it’s a lifestyle. This has led to two Whovian shows, both of which have received critical acclaim: ‘Moths Ate My Dr.Who Scarf’ and ‘My Stepson Stole My Sonic Screwdriver’.

    “Very, very funny.” The Guardian

    “Likeable, self-deprecating and armed with impeccable timing.” The Dubliner

    “A comedy genius.” Metro


    Luke’s easy going and confident stage presence creates a natural rapport with the audience and a comfortable atmosphere with crowds of all ages. He tells stories and every day observations with the strong regular punchlines of a one liner comic.

    “A brilliant young comic bursting with promise.” Arthur Smith


    We’re delighted to welcome Ari – a fully-fledged American star who comes with a recommendation from none other than Brendon Burns. He has quite the pedigree: his comedy album went straight to #1 on iTunes and Amazon in the US for a week straight, he has done Just For Laughs in Montreal 4 times, has millions of YouTube views with his satirical character the Amazing Racist, plus he has a stand-up special on Comedy Central on which he hosts another show.

    You can see Ari on the Nasty Show at the Just For Laughs Festival and also and on his Comedy Central Programme This is Not Happening


    Stand-up and sketch writer Jonny Lennard is an original and exciting addition to the UK comedy circuit. His unique style of stand-up blends satire, surrealism and subtlety in a way that has garnered rave reviews up and down the country. With experience as a director, writer, editor and performer of comedy across all mediums Jonny is a versatile and creative comedian keen to show audiences something they haven’t seen before.

    “Oodles of original talent.” Chortle


    Fresh and unique, it’s a pleasure to spend time in Harriet’s company as she weaves her surreal and hilarious tales. An imitable raconteur, it’s easy to see how this new act is making a big noise. Harriet already has heads turning with her baffling tales of a misspent youth, and bewildering personal tales that are so ridiculous, they must be true. Establishing her own style of material and delivery after such a short time, means Harriet’s stock can only continue to rise.

    “Instinctively funny…seems certain to become a comic force to be reckoned with.” Chortle

    “She’s got funny bones.” Kevin Bridges



    Small, hairy, opinionated, enthusiastic, friendly, Madagascan and daft. 85.7% of these adjectives can be applied to your host Whether compering the comedy stage at Bestival, gigging at one of the nation’s favourite comedy clubs or just displaying his trademark total lack of hand-to-eye co-ordination, Ben is an ever-popular and quick-witted ringmaster.

    Amazingly just £5 entry (or £4 in advance online)

    Doors 6pm for 8pm start.

    HISTORY & INFORMATION The award winning The Good Ship Comedy Club is set in the heart of Kilburn. It’s not only become the go-to venue for comedy for the locals of Kilburn, Queens Park, Maida Vale, Willesden and Cricklewood but its amazing line ups also draw in the crowds from much further afield as audiences come to see some of the top national and international acts the comedy circuit has to offer.

      From hot new ‘up and comers’ to the familiar faces of the televisions biggest comedy shows The Good Ship Comedy Club has seen the who’s who of comedy come and play this wonderful north west London venue. Special guest have previously included Omid Djalili, Reg D Hunter, Richard Herring, Josie Long, Simon Munnery, Stewart Lee and many many more!


        A&B Aaron Counter Adam Bloom Adam Tempest Alfie Brown Amadeus Martin Andi Osho Andrew Lawrence Andrew O’Neill Andrew Watts Andy Zaltzman Asli Akbay Ben Van Der Velde Benny Boot Brett Goldstein Broderick Chow Carl Donnelly Charlie Baker Chris Martin Chris Mayo Christina Martin Claire Stroud Colin Owen Craig Campbell Dan Antopolski Dan Evans Dan Thompson Darshan Sanghrajka David Meech David Whitney Del Strain Dizzy Bryan Donald Mack Duncan Bolt Dylan Bray Erich McElroy Gareth Beliner Gary Colman Gary Delaney Gerry Howell Grainne Maguire Hal Cruttenden Hannah Dunleavy Helen Arney Henning Wehn Hils Barker Holly Burn Holly Walsh Iain Lee Ian Cognito Ilan Elson Schwab Imran Yusef James Mullinger James Sherwood Jane Bostock Jane Hill Janey Godley Jarred Christmas Jason John Whitehead Jason Rouse Jessica Fostekew Jim Grant Jimmy McGhie Jo Caufield Jo Romero Jody Kamali Joe Bor Joe Wilkinson Joey Page Jon Richardson Jonathan Elston Josh Howie Juliet Meyers Kate Smurthwaite Kevin Precious Kevin Shepherd Lee ’Nelsy’ Nelson Lewis Shaeffer Lou Sanders Lucy Porter Luke Toulson Mark Allen Mark Restuccia Martin Davies Matt Crosby Matt Green Matt Kirshen Matthew Earley Matthew Osbourne Maureen Younger Meryl O’Rourke Michael Fabbri Michael Legge Mike Belgrave Mike Manera Mike O’Donovan Milton Jones Nat Luurtsema Nathan Caton Nick Cowen Nick Doody Nick Page Nick Pettigrew Norman Lovett Paddy Lennox Pat Burtscher Patrick Monahan Paul F Taylor Paul Harry Alan Paul Ricketts Paul T Eyres Pippa Evans Prince Abdi Rachel Anderson Reginald D Hunter Richard Coughlan Richard Herring Richard Sandler Rob Coleman Rob Deering Robin Ince Roddy Fraser Ronnie Rigsby Rosie Wilby Ross Ashcroft Sajeela Kershi Sara Pascoe Scott Capurro Shazia Mirza Simon Fielder Simon Munnery Sion James Sol Bernstein Stephen Carlin Stephen Merchant Steve Day Steve Hall Steve Parry Steve Weiner Stewart Lee Stuart McCure Sully O’Sullivan Suzy Bennett Terry Saunders Terry The Odd Job Man The Dog Eared Collective Tiernan Douieb Tiffany Stevenson Tom Goodliffe Tom Wrigglesworth Tomi Walamies Tommy Mack Tony Cowards Tony Law Trevor Lock Wez Zaharuk Will Hodgson Wilson DixonZoe Lyons


      Aaron Counter Adam Bloom Adam Tempest Al Pitcher Albion Gray Alex Maple Alyssa Kyria Amy Button Andrew Lawrence Andrew Stanley Andrew Wallace Ava Vidal Ben Norris Benny Boot Bob Mills Bobby Slayer Brendon Burns Brett Goldstein Brett Sharpe Brian Gittins Broderick Chow Broken Biscuits Cardinal Burns Carl Donnelly Catie Wilkins Chris Addison Chris Martin Chris Mayo Chris Molineux Christian Lee Craig Murray Crispin Flintoff Daniel Hoy Daniel Rigby Danielle Ward Darren Ruddell Dave Thompson David Meech David Mulholland David Whitney Del Strain Doc Brown Eric Lampaert Fergus Craig Gary Coleman George Ryegold Gerry Howell Grainne McGuire Helen Arney Henning Wehn Henry Ginsberg Henry Paker Hils Barker Holly Burn Holly Walsh Howard Read Ian Cognito Ian Stone Imran Yusuf Inder Mancoha Isy Suttie Jack Whitehall James Acaster James Kettle James Mullinger Jane Hill Janice Phayre Jessica Fostekew Jim Grant Joanna Neary Joanne Lau Joe Bor Joe Lycett Joe Rowntree Joe Wilkinson John Gordillo John Kearns Joleed Farah Jon Brittain Jon Kudlick Jon Richardson Josh Howie Josh Widdicombe Josie Long Julian Dean Juliet Meyers Kevin Dewsbury Lee ‘Nelsy’ Nelson Lenny Beige Lenny Peters Liam Mullone Liz Carr Luke Benson Luke McQueen Luke Roberts Luke Stephen Luke Toulson Maff Brown Magnus Betner Mark Dandy Mark Restuccia Martin Davies Matt Green Matt Kirshen Matt Rudge Matthew Crosby Meryl O’Rourke Mike O Donovan Mike Wilmot Milton Jones Miriam Elia Moonfish Rhumba Nathaniel Metcalfe Nick Helm Nick Rado Papa CJ Pappy’s Fun Club Pat Burtscher Pat Monahan Paul Foot Paul Harry Allen Paul McCaffrey Paul T Eyres Pete Firman Phil Kay Phil Nichol Pippa Evans Prince Abdi Quincy Rachel Stubbings Reg D Hunter Richard Herring Richard Sandling Rob Coleman Rob Deering Rob Rouse Robert White Robin Ince Roddy Fraser Roland Gent Rowena Hayley Ryan McDonnell Sajeela Kershi Sanderson Jones Sara Pascoe Scott Capurro Seann Walsh Shappi Khorsandi Shazia Mirza Simon Donald Simon Munnery Stuart Black Stuart McCure Stuckey and Muray Susan Murray Tania Edwards The Roaring Boys Tim Clark Tom Basden Tom Goodliffe Tom Rosenthal Tommy Campbell Tony Law Trevor Lock Vikki Stone Wes Zaharuk Wouter Meijs Yari Perelmuter Zoe Lyons


      Abandoman Adam Bloom Adam Tempest Addy Van De Borgh Adeel Amini Al Pitcher Alex Maple Alex Mariony Alex Perry Alexsis Dubus Andrew Doyle Andrew Lawrence Andrew O’Neil Ashley Frieze Ava Vidal Bobby Carroll Broderick Chow Bryan Lacey Bryan Walsh Carey Marx Carl Donnelly Catie Wilkins Celia Paquola Chris Mayo Chris Norton Walker Chris Stokes Christian Manley Christian Reilly Chuquai Billy Claire Stroud Colin Owens Damian Kingsley Damion Larkin Dan Antopolski Dan Louw Dan Wright Daniel Rigby Daniel Smith Danny Hurst Danny Steele Darrin Rose Darshan Sanghrajka Dave Twentyman David Baker David Bibby David Whitney Del Strain Diane Morgan Doc Brown Dougie Dunlop Ed O’Meara Edward Aczel Eric Lampaert Erich McElroy Gareth Morinan George Ryegold Gerry Howell Gordon Southern Hannah Warman Henning When Henry Ginsberg Hils Barker Holly Burnk Holly Walsh Ian Stone Imran Yusuf Ione Harding Isy Suttie Iszi Lawrence James Sherwood James W Smith Jamie Glassman Jen Brister Jessica Fostekew Joe Bor Joe Rowntree John Kearns Johnny Armstrong Jonathan Elston Josh Howie Josie Long Julian Deane Kate Smurthwaite Keith Platt Kishore Nayar Lenny Peters Liam Mullone Liam Speirs Lindsay Sharman Liz Carr Loretta Maine Lou Sanders Luke Graves Luke Stephen Magnus Betner Marcel Lucont Mark Restuccia Mark Simmons Martin Hill Matt Green Matt Hatdock Michael Mooney Mickey Anderson Mike Manera Mike O Donovan Mike Wozniak Milton Jones Naz Ozmanoglu Neil Cole Neil McFarlane Nick Helm Nick Revell Ninia Benjamin Nishant Kumar Nobbo Johnson Patrick Monohan Paul Harry Allen Paul Ricketts Paul Sinha Paul T Eyres Pete Teckman Peter Firman Phil Nichol Philberto Pippa Evans Rayguns are Real Enough Rhys Jones Ro Campbell Rob Deering Roland Gent Rosie Wilby Sanderson Jones Scott Capurro Shazia Mirza Simon Feilder Simon Munnery Stephen Grant Steve Hall Susan Murray Suzi Ruffell Sy Thomas Taff Khaliq Tania Edwards Toby Muresianu Tom Allen Tom Rosenthal Tommy Etlling Tony Law Trevor Lock Luke Benson Wes Zaharuk William Andrews Yariv Perelmuter Zoe Lyons


      Abandoman Adam Buxton Adrian Poynton Alex Maple Alex Marion Alfie Brown Andi Osho Andrew Bird Andrew Lawrence Arnab Chanda Asher Treleaven Ben Crellin Ben Target Benny Boot Bethany Black Bobby Carroll Bobby Mair Brett Goldstein Bridget Christie Bryan Walsh Carey Marx Carly Smallman Chris Martin Dan And Dan Dan Antopolski Dane Baptiste Daniel Smith Danielle Ward Darrin Rose Darshan Sanghrajka Dave Hill David Mills David Shore David Whitney Dylan Bray Eddie Kadi Ellie Taylor Elliott Tiney Fredrick Andersson Gareth Morinan Gary Tro Gavin Inskip Gordon Southern Grainne Maguire Hannah Warman Helen Arney Henry Ginsberg Holly Burn Holly Walsh Horse and Louis Ian Smith Imran Yusuf Inder Manocha Inel Tomlinson Iona Dudley-Ward James Acaster James W Smith Javier Jarquin Jay Cowle Jay Foreman Jen Brister Jess Fostekew Jigsaw Joe Bor Joe Wells Joe Wilkinson Joel Dommett Jonny Awsum Joseph Wilson Josh Howie Josh Widdicombe Josie Long Julia Clark Juliet Meyers Kelly Kingham Kishore Nayar Lateef Lovejoy Laura Carr Lou Sanders Lucy Porter Luke Benson Luke Graves Mae Martin Marcel Lucont Mark Restuccia Mark Stephenson Markus Birman Martin Croser Matt Green Matt Richardson Matthew Crosby Matthew Highton Max Dickens Meryl O’Rourke Michael Fabbri Miles Lloyd Milton Jones Mitch Benn Mr. Cee Nathan Cassidy Nick Helm Nick Sun Ninia Benjamin Nishant Kumar Pappy’s Pat Burtscher Paul Harry Allen Paul Ricketts Paul Sinha Paul Sweeney Pete Firman Peter Buckley Hill Phil O’Shea Phil Wang Rayguns Look Real Enough Rhys Jones Rob Deering Robert White Rosie Wilby Sal Stevens Scott Capurro Simon Feilder Steve Aruni & Henry the Hoover Steve Day Steve Furst Stuart Goldsmith Suzi Ruffell Tez Ilyas The Beta Males Tiernan Douieb Toby Muresianu Toju Dagreat Tom Allen Tom Craine Tom Goodliffe Tom Toal Tom Webb Tommy Ettling Tommy Rowson Tony Law Trevor Lock Vahid Jahangard


        Aatif Nawaz Abandoman Adam Bloom Adam Hess Aidan Goatley Alex Holland Alex Maple Alfie Brown Alistair Barrie Andrea Hubert Andrew Doyle Andrew Lawrence Andrew O’Neill Andrew Watts Andy Davies Andy Zaltzman Angela Barnes Asher Treleaven Ava Vidal Barnaby Slater Bec Hill Ben Target Brett Goldstein Bryan Walsh Bush McCluskey Carey MarxCariad Lloyd Carly Smallman Celia Pacquola Chris Coltrane Dan and Dan Dan Antopolski Dana Alexander Dane Baptiste Danny Ward Darius Davies David Mills David Whitney Doc Brown Ed Aczel Elis James Ellie Taylor Elliot Tiney Eric Lampaert Gareth Morinan Gary Tro Gerry Howell Giada Garofalo Grainne Maguire Cruttenden Helen Arney Imran Yusuf Inel Tomlinson Iszi Lawrence James Acaster James Mullinger James Redmond James W Smith Javier Jarquin Jay Foreman Jessica Fostekew Joe Bor Joe Lycett Joel Dommett John Hastings John-Luke Roberts Jonny Awsum Johnny and the Baptists Josh Howie Joe Lycett Juliet Meyers Katerina Vrana Katie Mulgrew Kishore Nayar Lateef Lovejoy Lenny Peters Lloyd Griffiths Lucy Porter Luisa Omielan Luke Benson Luke Stephen Mae Martin Marc Burrows Marcel Lucont Marcus Brigstocke Mark Restuccia Mark Smith Marlon Davis Martin Croser Matt Forde Matt Green


        Abandoman Andy Zaltzman Aidan Goatley Andi Osho Andrea Hubert Archie Maddocks Barry Castagnola Bobby Mair Ben Van Der Velde Benny Boot Bob Mills Brian Gittins Bryan Lacey Carey Marx Chris Martin Chris Turner Dane Baptiste Darren Walsh David Jesudason Elliot Steel Fin Taylor Funmbi Omotayo Harriet Kemsley Hal Cruttenden Iain Stirling Ian Stone Isy Suttie Ivo Graham Jack Barry Jack Rooke Jack Samuel Warner Jarred Christmas Jim Tavare Jo Caulfield Joe Bor Joe Rowntree Joe Wells John Hastings John Thomson Jonny & The Baptists Josh Widdecombe Juliet Stephens Katie Mulgrew Keith Farnan Kwame Asante Larry Dean Liam Speirs Lucy Frederick Lucy Porter Luke Graves Mark Restuccia Matt Forde Matt Rees Matt Richardson Mike Wozniak Milo McCabe Mitch Benn Moataz Hamdi Nathan Caton Neil McFarlane Nick Helm Patrick Monahan Patrick Morris Paul Tonkinson Norman Lovett Paul Chowdry Paul F Taylor Paul Thorne Pete Firman Philip Simon Pierre Novellie Piff The Magic Dragon Ria Lina Rhys James Rob Deering Robert White Romesh Ranganathan Rosie Wilby Sam Savage Sam Wong Sara Pascoe Sean McLoughlin Simon Munnery Simon Donald Sol Bernstein Sopie Hagen Stephen Carlin Terry Alderton Tom Davis Tom Deacon Tom Hayward Tom Toal Tom Wrigglesworth Tony Law Vikki Stone Zoe Lyons


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