This month he will be welcoming Nick Dixon, Alex Kealy and Juliet Meyers.
Nick Dixon - Nick is a comedian who has been incredibly popular in recent series of the iconic ‘Comedy Central at the Comedy Store’
He has also recently completed writing for a new Disney film starring Will Smith after being picked up from a YouTube video – which can be seen here: http://www.nickdixoncomedian.com/video
You may have seen Nick doing what he does best, bringing the LOLs with his original yet relatable standup at comedy clubs throughout the UK.
He has also had great shows over in LA, at esteemed clubs such as The Ice House and the world-famous Comedy Store in West Hollywood.
Nick is building a dedicated live following with his exciting, unique, and above all hilarious performances at clubs around the country. It can only be a matter of time before the TV types wake up and he becomes a household name.
"Well worth looking out for" Jason Manford
"Hugely engaging" The Times
“Nick Dixon has a sparky cynicism that engages while maintaining an edge to his well-crafted jokes, delivered with certainty, earmarking him as a future success” Chortle
Alex Kealy is a stand-up comedian who mixes political material with self-deprecation and relatable observations. He reached the final of the prestigious So You Think You're Funny competition in his first year of performing and is now a "rising star of the British stand-up scene" The List.
He has taken four hours of stand-up to the Edinburgh Fringe, the latest being Rationale, which made The Guardian's Top 10 Jokes Of The Edinburgh Fringe 2019.
Other work includes writing for BBC Two's Mock The Week.
Juliet Meyers is a hugely popular act on the comedy circuit – with 15 years experience she is a natural on the stage - Managing to mix silliness with edginess she has been bringing her own brand of hilarious, cerebral, observational, gag–driven comedy to the stage to great acclaim.
Juliet writes for “8 out of 10 Cats” and the ‘The Sarah Millican Television Programme” – she is currently working on some radio plays hopefully to be produced in the new year.
“Devilish coy look, excellent material with some on the edge gags.” The Scotsman ****
“Had me in stitches with her witty observations and social judgements.” bbc.co.uk
“laugh- out loud funny, wonderfully bizarre ideas.” Chortle