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Eleanor Conway is a comedian and presenter who has been performing across the UK since 2014. Her self produced debut “Walk of Shame,” detailing her battle with addiction, sold-out dates in over 10 countries. Once lockdown ends, she will get back to touring her show YOU MAY RECOGNISE ME FROM TINDER worldwide.
Yianni Agisilaou’s award-winning comedy finds entertaining and accessible ways of explaining complex issues to a lay audience. In this vein, Yianni has previously performed shows on artificial intelligence, gender roles and immigration. He is a massive Simpsons nerd and has an encyclopaedic knowledge of Seasons 3-10.
Sam Pamphilon is best known as a Team Captain on “Go 8 Bit” (DLT Entertainment/Dave), developed from an Edinburgh show that he created as part of comedy double act McNeil & Pamphilon. He is the co-host of the Desert Island Crisps podcast and is currently writing his stand up debut for Edinburgh 2020.
Grant Busé is an Australian comedian, singer and multi-instrumentalist whose brand of interactive rockstar comedy is enjoyed by audiences far and wide. His cheeky antics, clever songwriting and razor-sharp wit have established him as a “remarkable talent and one to watch” (Australian Stage).
Sandra London was conceived under the stars next to two goats in the West Indies and moved to London aged 23. After chatting with Paul O’Grady she entered the drag scene and became a successful performer. Her show is a mix of hit songs interspersed with sharp wit and a dose of audience participation.
Rosco McClelland is riding high on the current Scottish comedy revival. Twice nominated Best Newcomer at the Scottish Comedy Awards, and winner of Scottish Comedian of the Year in 2016, Rosco’s naturally humorous delivery and surreal observations ensure a remarkable performance, every time.
Jonathan Phang grew up in a Chinese-Caribbean household in London, where food was the family’s main focus. He went on to manage some of the world’s finest models and became a judge on Britain’s Next Top Model. Jonathan entered “The People’s Cookbook” on The Good Food Channel using one of his mother’s recipes and ended up winning. Mixing humour and cooking expertly, Jonathan then hosted a ten-part gastronomic journey through the Caribbean for Food Network UK called “Jonathan Phang’s Caribbean Cookbook.”