Sean Percival’s brand of comedy steers clear of the surreal and confronts realism in an explosively funny way. Hailing from the Black Country, Sean is an ex-welder from Dudley (“It’s a lovely place to come from but bloody horrible to go back to”) whose act is down to earth but bang up to date with its upfront attitude.
Sean’s brand of comedy steers clear of the surreal and confronts realism in an explosively funny way and is absolutely red-hot on fire when it comes to getting laughs.
A festival favourite, he has performed at the Edinburgh, Glastonbury and Reading Festivals, and as a well established headliner he performs at all major comedy clubs around the UK as well as being a regular host for the Jongleurs comedy clubs. radio credits – comedy In demand as a script writer, Sean works regularly with likes of Johnny Vaughan for the Capital Radio group.
He spent two years writing and performing on Capital FM’s drive time radio show in Birmingham and for Heart FM in Birmingham, and provided the voice for “Black Country Bob” on both those shows fronted by Talk Radio’s host and impressionist Ian Danter.
“The star of the show had us curled up begging for more” - Evening Mail
What Dan Antopoloski hasn’t won or been nominated for isn’t worth winning in comedy. In other words he’s master of the art. An multi-award wining act, superbly talented and widely and critically acclaimed and it must be said not only very good looking but a really nice and genuine guy too! We hate him. Audiences love him and his surreal and appealing comic mind, coupled with a mastery of the English language, is dazzling audiences across the UK and Internationally.
“Spectacular displays of verbal pyrotechnics … A confident, splendidly silly and sometimes dazzling show.” - Stephanie Merritt, THE OBSERVER
- BBC NEW COMEDY AWARD WINNER 1998
- PERRIER BEST NEWCOMER AWARD NOMINEE 2000 (Solo show)
- PERRIER AWARD NOMINEE 2000 (with Lee Mack and Catherine Tate)
- PERRIER AWARD NOMINEE 2001 (Solo show)
- DAVE FUNNIEST JOKE OF THE FRINGE AWARD WINNER 2009
- HONORARY LIFE MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF DUBLIN LAW SOCIETY
Karl Porter is yet another brilliant natural born comedian hailing from the North West of England. You can’t help but love his cheeky and unique self deprecation coined with tall tales and hilarious observations.
Appearing on The Russell Howard Hour – Series 2 – exceptionally early in his career and you can see why the man is just solid gold funny.
Sunjai Arif quickly wins over audiences with his confidence and warm personality. He is an engaging comedy story teller and covers tales about his family, speeding tickets and extremist rodents.
Sunjai is a solid comedy act, oozes charm and will leave you grinning ear to ear. What really gets people talking is when Sunjai brings his more alternate comedy routines to the stage. Audiences lean forward with excitement and anticipation of what he’ll do next. Experience the sheer joy of seeing Sunjai share his memories of nostalgic pop culture in a way only he could imagine.
- Winner “Bath Comedy Festival New Act 2017”
- Runner up “South Coast Comedian of the Year 2016”
- Finalist “Max Turner prize 2016”
- Runner up for the 2018 Guide Awards: Best Comedian
- Tour support for Tom Green: European Comedy Road Trip
This line up comes to the Bournemouth Pavilion Ballroom on Friday 10 February 2023. 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!