Steve Royle

Steve is an actor, writer, comedian, juggler, a "Gillard award" winning presenter on BBC Radio Lancashire and now a finalist on ITV's Britain's Got Talent 2020.

Steve most recently completed his 17th consecutive pantomime at The Grand Theatre, Blackpool (and his 22nd Pantomime in total) and was also made an honourary member of The Friends Of The Grand in 2016 for his services to the theatre.

Karen Bayley

Karen Bayley is a midlands based act hailing from Birmingham. Karen has been on the circuit for over a decade. She made a name for herself early on in her career reaching the semi-final of the prestigious BBC New Comedy Awards and was later crowned the winner of the 2001 Komedia New Act prize, Karen Bayley followed by becoming the first ever female winner of the prestigious Comedy Store King Gong award as well as reaching the finals of both the BBC New Comedy Awards Showcase and Babycham Funny Women

Daliso Chaponda

Daliso Chaponda shot to fame on Britain’s Got Talent, making it to the final of the 2017 series and establishing himself a firm favourite with the judges and the British public. He became a Facebook and YouTube star amassing over 200 million views of his performances. He has performed around the world and at the Edinburgh, Melbourne, Singapore, and Cape Town comedy festivals. He has also toured the UK twice to sell out audiences and rave reviews.

Nina Gilligan

Award Winning Comedian Nina Gilligan exploded on to the comedy scene in 2011 and is now a regular on the UK circuit.

Sometimes outrageous, always hilarious, observational and Storytelling comedy for all. A persona you will fall in love with.

A bolshier Mrs Merton she’s not one to suffer fools lightly so watch out for a razor sharp wit used at will.

Cal Halbert

Call Halbert was an impressionist and a comedian who auditioned for Series 5 of Britain's Got Talent, as well as being one half of The Mimic Men who auditioned for Series 10 of the show.In his Series 5 audition, he performed impressions of Michael McIntyre, Eamonn Holmes, Fabio Capello, Steven Gerrard and Billy Connolly. 

Justin Moorhouse

As seen on ‘Peter Kay’s Pheonix Nights’ ‘Max and Paddy’ and ‘Live at the Apollo’ ‘Coronation Street’ & ‘Looking for Eric’ As well as being a circuit regular, comedian, actor and undercover Vegan. Justin’s TV and radio appearances have included Alan Davies ‘As yet Untitled’ on Dave. Coronation Street, Live at the Apollo, Peter Kay’s Pheonix Nights, and Max & Paddy’s Road to Nowhere.

Dominic Woodward

Dominic weaves side-splitting stories about his life and tells belly-aching jokes that hit the mark with all audiences. There’s a naughty twinkle in his eyes but his act is warm, personal and inoffensive. Dominic is always in demand as an act and compere. He regularly performs in comedy clubs all over the UK and abroad. He’s also great for sportsman’s dinners and corporate functions and can adapt his act to any audience and he can be squeaky clean if needed. “Insightful and humorous observations.” Guardian

John Scott

John Scott is a comedian with 20 years’ experience in the industry. He is the winner of the Spike Milligan Award for New Talent and is also the recipient of the biggest cash prize ever awarded a comedian at the Edinburgh Festival when he won £12’000 in the Take The Mic competition. John has worked all over the world and has travelled to the Far East, The Middle East, Australia and much of Europe to entertain people. Over his career he has provided warm up duties for such notable names as Stewart Lee, Frankie Boyle, Stewart Francis, Jerry Sadowitz, Tom Stade, Reginald D. Hunter and many more.

As well as working as a regular on the comedy circuit John has extensive experience on the after-dinner scene and has worked alongside many sporting legends such as Jack Charlton, Pete Shilton, Sean Fitzpatrick and Paul Gascoigne. As a writer John has also worked for BBC Radio 4, BBC Newcastle, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Scotland, The Live Theatre Newcastle and several notable comedians.

Andy Watson

Andy Watson immediately grabs audiences with his unique blend of sharp one-liners and physical comedy skills. He is a former winner of the City Life North West Comedian of the Year Award (past winners of the prestigious award include Peter Kay, Caroline Aherne, John Bishop and Jason Manford). His trademark energy and incredibly high gags-per-minute rate make him a must-see act! “A master of physical comedy”Plymouth Herald “Watson wowed the audience with his hi-energy, perfectly executed set. Like a force of nature he grasped the crowd’s attention and left them in hysterics”City Life “Abuzz with nervy energy, he has an easy, identifiable charm combined with the rhythms of a seasoned pro, which does great justice to his material. An irresistible, infectious style that had the audience rapt from the get-go.”Chortle

Craig Murray

“A Great Line in Northern Humour” -SPOONFED From Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, Craig Murray is currently one of the hottest rising talents on the comedy circuit. His rise since he started in the early 00’s has been meteoric having supported the biggest names in stand up and has since made a name for himself since becoming the face of Plusnet.