Tanyalee Davis is a 3 foot 6 inch standup comedian who inspires, enlightens, and entertains her audiences while headlining at comedy clubs, colleges, and comedy festivals throughout North America, the UK, and other parts of the world with her own unique perspective and somewhat racy brand of comedy.
Elle’s comedy career started in August 2016 at an open mic night in Southampton when after a few too many gin and tonics she wrote her name down “as a joke”. The joke paid off as the audience liked the cut of her gib and the venue even asked her to return the following week as comedy had always been seen as the “dark horse” of the open mic circuit.
Since August 2016 Elle had performed and compered all over the country to audiences as small as 2 and as big as 600. She’s been on the same bill as some comedy greats and even ran her own monthly comedy night at The Stable in Winchester. She’s picked up awards, won gong shows and even gained a world record along the way.
Winner Solent Comedy Gong Show - 2017,Winner Fifty 50 Entertainment Gong Show - 2017, Funny women - One to watch - 2017,Guinness World Record - Longest Running Stand Up - 2018, Winner Blackout at Up The Creek - 2018, Bath New act Finalist - 2018 & 2019
Finalist of LGBTQ Comedian of the Year and winner of the G&B Girl-Power Grant Darcie is one funny woman. With one liners & short jokes covering being trans and just about everything else imaginable she’s been described as one of the most exciting new comedians on the circuit. Her material is occasionally so dark you can’t quite believe she’s saying it. She doesn’t disappoint.
“Very Funny Stuff” - Russell Kane
“Transgender icon in the making” - Tony Slattery
“Very Talented Joke Writer” - Garry Delaney
Phil Kay burst on to the comedy circuit in 1989, when he won the new act contest So You Think You're Funny in only its second year.
His unpredictable, freestyle approach won him a Perrier nomination in 1993 and the award for best stand-up at the 1994 British Comedy Awards, and he was given his own Channel 4 show, Phil Kay Feels..., in 1997, which was recorded in front of a live audience to try to capture his manic energy. Phil has been seen all over the TV with Russell Howard’s good news being one of these!!
If you like one-liners, you'll love Daniel Edison.
With wordplay in abundance, he is one of the best and most prolific joke writers out there. Some of his jokes are silly, some are surreal and some are just downright clever.
Daniel has showcased his talent at comedy clubs all over the UK and has performed stand-up comedy on BBC Radio 4 Extra.
"Excellent new comic - confidence of a pro. Much better than I was when I was at his stage." - Romesh Ranganathan