Phil began performing comedy in 2006 at a local Chinese restaurant, he was asked to leave soon into the performance, but such was the reaction of the crowd - a rapturous round of applause (in hindsight, this may have been more for the management although no one can really confirm anything) - he decided to pursue a career via more conventional means. He then found a local comedy venue running beginners nights, and after his first performance, was asked to perform in the final of the new act competition, where he placed second.
He continued performing around the North of England, where he placed second in four more competitions, including the legendary Beat the Frog World Series. Given his consistency, and undeterred by his near brushes with success, he decided to carry on performing and has now established himself as a regular in many clubs around the country, and he is renowned for his ability to win over any audience.
From his carefully crafted gags, to his engaging anecdotes, his material and stage presence ensure he is a big hit wherever he's playing, and he always leaves.
Originally from Lincolnshire but based in Manchester Pete has been building a name for himself on the circuit as a very funny act over the last few years.
Mixing fast paced observations and routines with wonderful characterisations Pete wears his comedy heart on his sleeve leaving the audience in hysterics at his misfortunes and frustrations with the minutiae of everyday life.
Pauline Eyre has been Standing Up since … well, a long time ago. Now doing it in front of audiences.
Pauline has already been successful in a number of comedy competitions, before reaching trhe semifinals of Amused Moose National New Comic awards.
"Pauline Eyre excels as a stand-up and MC which plays to her natural level of warmth and comic ability. She instinctively engages with the audience and creates an environment that is welcoming and fun for them and the other performers. A true skill.” Funny Women