Paul Currie


life-affirmingly silly and heart-warmingly weird physical comedy 

No one does what Paul Currie (IR) does, that’s why we keep asking him back. How do you even describe an artist known for Panda Hands and Finger Pipes? Just go see this hairy Belfast beast, Henson-trained puppeteer and award-winning clownarchist and you’ll understand.

“Currie is easily the King of the Fringe.” ★★★★★ – Voice Magazine

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Zuva Martens


Sharp edge in a fluffy exterior

Zuva Martens is a comedian who has a sharp edge hidden in his fluffy exterior, and it’s not his afro comb. A bit nerdy and bit political, he finds the funny in his personal life, culture, and politics— mostly at his own expense. He’s quickly becoming one of the most talked about comedians after representing The Netherlands at Stand Up for Eurovision 2023, and writing for BBC TWO’s Mock the Week panellist Ria Lina.

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Marcel Lucont


Deadpan wit

Winner: Best Comedy Show – Fringe World Awards
Winner: Amused Moose Award – Best Comedy Show, Edinburgh Fringe
Nominee: Best International Show – New Zealand Comedy Festival

The multi-award-deserving Frenchman has wowed audiences around the world with his deadpan wit, misanthropic observations and premier sex poetry.

Author of the book “What We French Think Of You British… And Where You Are Going Wrong” Marcel has also improved many TV and radio shows by being on them.

With over a decade’s experience on the comedy and cabaret scene, sometimes with a live band, Marcel is the connoisseur’s choice of comedy performer.

“Fresh, accessible and hilarious” – The Guardian
“Excellently dry… superb” – The Times
“Wonderful French wit… his elegant, sardonic turns of phrase are an utter joy… superb stuff” – Time Out

As seen on Comedy Central at The Comedy Store, Set List (Sky Atlantic), The John Bishop Show (BBC1), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and Live At The Electric (BBC3).

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