Here's another fantastic line up for our August show
Paul F Taylor
The award winning Paul F Taylor
is a one of the UK’s most original and distinctive stand-up performers.
His unique brand of humour fuses quirky offbeat one liners with surreal
and observational flights of fancy to fantastical effect. Winner of the
NATY New Act Of The Year for 2013, Paul’s persona of a lost bewildered
fool sits perfectly alongside his gleefully madcap ideas.
Paul has also achieved notable success as a screen writer and actor. Milk! that he co-wrote and starred
in, was the ShortCom Jury Select Winner 2015, and was in the official
selection in LOCO, Nashville, LOL, Shortwaves, Glasgow and London Short
Film festivals. Battlecock! that he also co-wrote and starred in, made
it into the official selection at the BFI London Film Festival 2013.
Paul is also half of the double act "Short & Curly" (with our very
own Rebecca Shorrocks) and also one half of “Helm and Taylor” (with our
very own Nick Helm).
THREE JOKES IN THE MIRROR'S TOP 100 JOKES FROM THE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2014
DAVE'S FUNNIEST JOKES OF THE FRINGE 2014 TOP TEN
Sean Hegarty (NIR)
UK Pun Championship runner up in 2014, but not only that :
A comedy character created by Belfast comedian Sean Hegarty, Rodney is a
simple, lovable man with…let’s just say, ‘issues’. A creation that came about
during filming for Season 1 of Hack Job (available to view on YouTube), Rodney
shows you around many of his cribs, attempts to film himself performing stunts
and supplies us with Mother’s Day and Christmas Specials and a Rodney’s
Gay’kery advert in light of the recent Asher’s Bakery ‘gay-cake’ case.
David Morgan (GB)
‘A joy to behold’ – The Metro
David’s solo shows and his ability to make audiences ‘feel they’ve
had a show performed specifically for them’ (London is Funny)
cements him as a firm favourite in the industry.
In August 2014, he took his current show ‘Social Tool’
to the Edinburgh Fringe for a full run. Broadway Baby said that “David Morgan’s
greatest strength and what makes him such an enjoyable comedian to watch is his
seemingly innate ability to interact and connect with his audience.”
Due to David’s brilliant skills, he was asked to host
the special one-off charity show ‘Take A Comedian Out’ at the Pleasance Grand,
to an audience of 750 with a total of 35 comedians taking part.
“Hilarious” - Heatworld.com
“David Morgan is Funny, That’s Right. Capital F” - Attitude
“David Morgan is a star in the making” - London is Funny