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Tom Rosenthal + Mae Martin + Arnab Chanda + Joe Sutherland + Helen Bauer + William Stone + Jayde Adams + Rose Matafeo
Entry Requirements: 18+
Tom Rosenthal is an English comedian, film and television actor.
He is an avid Arsenal F.C. fan and has appeared on Playback Media podcast "Footballistically Arsenal" alongside Boyd Hilton, Jack Whitehall and Dan Baldwin, in which Rosenthal spoke about smoking a discarded cigarette in the Nou Camp. He often eats and discusses food while appearing on the podcast.
Comedian Mae Martin has appeared on TV and radio across North America and has received rave reviews in the UK :
'She had the audience in the palm of her hand' (Three Weeks)
'Full of the confidence of a veteran comedian... An hour of rapier wit and cute charisma' (Scotsgay)
'Brilliant... something very special... Natural comic talent!' (The Skinny)
After starting stand-up in New York City in 2003, Arnab Chanda moved to back to England, won the 2005 Jongleurs New Act Competition as well as the 2006 Amused Moose Comedy Awards, and was nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2007 British Chortle Awards. After a seven year hiatus, he began performing stand-up again in 2018.
Chanda supported Simon Amstell for three years on his U.K. stand-up tours, as well as Stephen Merchant for one tour, and have performed at the Edinburgh Festival, Leeds Festival, The Mighty Boosh Festival, Latitude, and on various shows on Comedy Central and the BBC, including "The Stephen K Amos Show" and series 2 of "Russell Howard’s Good News."
Former model turned aspiring model.
With a caustic, catty wit and unapologetic confidence, he has taken the UK comedy circuit by the balls, and the circuit liked it.
Selected for the Pleasance Comedy Reserve at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2015 and a finalist in the prestigious NATYs awards and Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian, Joe now performs at the biggest and best clubs in the country.
Also working as an actor and writer, he has been seen in the movie Pride and written for really cool publications that you probably haven't heard of.
Baby-faced comedian with the voice of an angel on 40 B&H a day.
Chortle - "Demands attention... He exudes a star quality, and on his own terms... Definitely one to watch.
NOMINATED – LEICESTER MERCURY COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR 2018
PART OF THE PLEASANCE COMEDY RESERVE 2018
After leaving college with an E in Economics and an allergy to the education system, Helen Bauer moved to London to share a bed with her cousin and work in Accessorize on Oxford Street. She lived in London until she was 23, making sketches, waitressing and drinking. She then moved to Berlin to do the same there, and discovered stand up.
Helen honed her comedy skills, performing in English, to confused Berlin locals. You can now find Helen’s creative writing, charming attitude on stage and special love of pop music all over London. Helen was runner up in the Max Turner Prize 2017, a Semi Finalist in So You Think You’re Funny 2016 and Regional Finalist in Funny Women 2017.
In 2018, Helen is heading to the Edinburgh Festival as part of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve.
As heard on BBC Radio 4 Extra. Helen is a writer and performer for thehookmag.com, and has featured in BBC Three’s Things Not to Say and on Comedy Central Online.
As featured in Stylist Magazine’s ‘Edinburgh Shows to See’.
“I don’t think I stopped laughing for the entire half hour Helen was on stage. An incredibly likeable comic who takes anecdotal comedy to another level.” Funny Women
William Stone is a stand-up comedian with a uniquely absurd style; his one-liners earning him a place in the 2018 BBC New Comedy Awards final.
"William Stone cracks me up, he's got some belting gags that I wish I'd thought of. Highly recommended" Angela Barnes (Radio4 Newsjack, Live at the Apollo)
"An excellent writer of quirky one-liners" - Steve Bennett, Chortle
Jayde Adams is a British comedian from Bristol, winner of the 2014 Funny Women award and 2016 nominee for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
Rose is a New Zealand comedian, writer and actor.
In 2016, Rose was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and also made her Edinburgh debut with her show Finally Dead, which enjoyed success from both audiences and critics. It was described by The Guardian as “an emphatic start to Matafeo’s fringe career”. This was followed up next fringe with her show ‘Sassy Best Friend’, which garnered glowing reviews from critics and audiences alike, and was one of the most talk about shows that year.
Rose started stand-up at the age of 15 and has since staged five solo shows as part of the New Zealand International Comedy Festival. In 2010 she won Best Newcomer at the NZICF, going on to win the prestigious Billy T Award in 2013. Her sold out show Finally Dead saw her add extra shows and a return season in NZ.
“…a blizzard of youthful energy in one of the Fringe’s most memorable comedy debuts” The Guardian
‘Effervescently entertaining’ The Guardian ★★★★
‘A deeply funny, enchanting and exuberant comic, Matafeo is in a class of her own’ Three weeks ★★★★★
★★★★ The Times ★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals ★★★★ The Skinny