A truly sought after comedy mind, extremely in demand at an international level – everyone wants a piece of Michael Legge and his often improvised irreverence and spikey tongue in cheek antics have been put to use on the likes of Sky One’s ‘Street Cred Sudoku’ and MTV’s European Music Awards. The themes in his shows often include the spontaneity of his surroundings. And this live wire performer has funny popping out of him at every opportunity.
He has written for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, MTV, VH1 and other media, and has appeared in numerous venues throughout the UK as well as in Australia, United States, Canada, Singapore, the Netherlands, Germany and Dubai. Legge has also performed warm-up for television shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, Would I Lie to You? and many others. Before becoming a professional comedian, Legge featured in several TV commercials.
Legge co-founded and performed in the cult comedy sketch show The Real Daniel O’Donnell Show (2007–2008) at The Albany, London. The monthly show featured Legge along with Paul Litchfield and Jeremy Limb of sketch group The Trap and Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Zoe Gardner of The Congress of Oddities, with contributions from Dan Mersh. It also regularly featured stand-up comedian guests and live bands. The Real Daniel O’Donnell Show spawned the 2008 Edinburgh Festival show The Clock Hour.
Legge was nominated for a BAFTA award for his writing on the MTV website of the show The Osbournes and his blog won the 2009 Chortle award for Best Off-Stage Contribution
Often copied, never matched
Justin Panks brings a wonderfully skewed observational eye and the ability to approach seemingly ordinary subjects from extraordinary angles. He strikes the perfect balance between the relatable and the outrageous. His tales of relationships, parenthood, and life in general are raw, honest, and above all funny. Packing more laughs per minute than many of his fellow acts Justin is a comedian on the rise. See him now before he’s playing arenas!
Close to crying with laughter. Raw. Honest. Funny
Russell Arathoon has shared stage with the likes of Joe Lycett, Sean Walsh and even the chatty man himself Alan Carr.
His Edinburgh Fringe debut was a critically acclaimed hit with ‘The Curious Incidents Of The Gay In The Night Time’. Since then Russell has gone on to perform at festivals all over the country including Leicester, Nottingham, Manchester & Brighton.
Russell is a likeable act who the audience instantly warm and with his sharp and cheeky material he’s the perfect act for any live audience.
Instantly connects with the audience
Kyle Legacy Harnwell has rocketed to success after his first TV appearance on Russell Brands Brand X as a ‘Drunken Duncan’. A born and bred scouser he’s started stand up in Sydney, Australia and after learning craft on unsuspecting Aussies he now back wowing audiences all over the UK.
Kyle operates in what seems to be a goofy haze; easily lifting the audience up to the same high spirits as himself. Once there, he reveals an a skill for surreal interludes into the absurd, showing his very genuine childlike sense of wonder in the world around him – a place which he reveals to the crowd as a baffling but a highly amusing place to be.
He’s also the self style ‘Le Bron James of Comedy” by which he means a superstar in the making. Typically tongue in cheek and overflowing lovable charisma both real and ironies he’s one in million. Having a knack for making people laugh, Kyle is no joke as he’s one the best most unique comedy host MCs around and you’ll be sure to be talking about him long after the show.
Kyle reminds of a refreshing junior version of the one only Damion Larkin Mr LOL Comedy Clubs himself – always funny always awesome always talked about – often much misunderstood.
See him now before he’s too big to be playing our awesome comedy clubs!
This cracking line up comes to the Bournemouth Pavilion Ballroom on Friday 16 December. Click here to book your tickets.
All line ups are subject to change, but don’t worry, we’ll only replace them with someone just as funny!