Hailing from Somalia, Prince Abdi’s comedy style has been described as original, pacy and infectious, drawing a lot of his material from his Somalian roots and growing up in Brixton.
In 2007, Abdi won the Your Comedy Star competition at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and was a finalist in the 2007 Chortle Student Comedy Awards. He was also nominated “Best Newcomer” in the Black Entertainment Comedy Awards and came third in the Revels Chortle Student Comedy Awards. In 2011, Abdi came joint second in The Barbican Hackney Empire New Act of the Year competition.Watch Video
Fredrik Andersson is a razor-sharp Swedish stand up comedian, better known on the Swedish Comedy club circuit and for writing & performing comedy for TV such as the Swedish version of Balls of Steel. Now living in London and a newer face on the UK club scene, he is no rookie. Years of writing comedy for other comedians has made him an experienced joke-smith of surgical precision. His uncompromising jokes combined with his boyish charm is quickly earning him a reputation as a force to be reckoned with on the British comedy circuit.Watch Video
A first class, guitar-wielding comedian with a captivating voice and wickedly dry sense of humour. Andy Askins has an expertly crafted routine littered with an eclectic mix of offbeat comic songs and parodies, rewriting popular songs and giving them a perverse twist to tremendous comic effect.Watch Video
Jonny Awsum exploded onto the professional comedy scene with a crowd-pleasing set that’s seen him perform his special feel-good brand of musical comedy around the world. He’s a comedic whirlwind, and has risen quickly from a fresh faced newbie to a highly sought after headline act. Audience members don’t just leave entertained, they leave as fans!Watch Video