Morgan Rees is a highly acclaimed stand-up, writer and actor.
This energetic and hilarious Welshman boasts shows full of one-liners, rolling stories and superb observations. A greatly in-demand stand-up, Morgan can be seen regularly at all major comedy clubs throughout the country.
While not performing, Morgan writes for other comedians and supplies additional material for flagship shows such as Mock The Week, The Great American Joke-Off etc.
He’s the co-writer of the youtube sensation Uncle Roger, and was co-writer of the Broadcast Award nominated sketch-show, East Mode on Comedy Central.
‘Proved himself a master of redirection, with several set-ups taking unexpected swerves in a punchline heavy set ‘ Chortle
‘Excellent’ The Scotsman
‘Fast gags, unexpected swerves and rolling stories’ The Sunday Times
Loveable West Country favourite Tom Glover is a highly sought-after act and MC, capable of bringing laughter to any room. Tom combines tales of fatherhood and country living with hilarious observational routines on daily life.
His infectious personality and playful approach make him an instant hit with audiences, however Tom is perhaps best known for his excellent crowd work and quick wit that have earned him a number of regular compere roles at major venues across the South West. He’s had two successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with split shows and is currently working on his debut solo show ‘A Glover not a fighter’, which was nominated for the ‘Best New Show’ at the Leicester Comedy Festival this year.
‘His interaction with the crowd is perfect. An ability to create great mental images… great ad-libbed jokes. There is a strong future for this fresh-faced comic.’ Ed Fringe Review
‘Absolutely brilliant compere’ Joel Dommett
‘A firm audience favourite’ Chortle
Samantha Day has six children. Three of them are stepchildren, which means that they have been brought up properly, by someone else, and are therefore nice. But her three are a lot better at shoplifting. She is 53, but looks younger because she’s had a lot of work done. Some people have said that that makes her a bad feminist. They don’t know the half of it.
She is an alcoholic and hasn’t had a drink for 17 years. And that’s ok – she doesn’t need to drink in order to socialise or dance. Happily, she doesn’t even need to drink to wet herself. For nearly thirty years, Samantha was an accountant. She gave it up when, despite her best efforts, she only managed to sleep her way to the middle.
“The real deal, a fresh voice tempered by a life full of square peg experience” – Nick Page, English Comedian of the Year
“Always has our audiences in stitches, spouting words of wisdom and self-improvement – whether wanted or not!” – Flock Comedy Club
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