Counter (Australian comic now based in Britain)
Abdullah the Geordie
Abie Philbin Bowman
Abigoliah Schamaun (USA based comic)
Abi Makes Music
Adam and Joe
Adam Ethan Crow
Adam Vincent (Australian comic now based in UK)
Addy Van De Borgh
Ahmed Ahmed (USA based comedian)
Aidan Bishop (USA comic now based in Ireland)
Aidan Killian (comic based in Ireland)
Aideen McQueen (Irish comic based in Britain)
Alan and Allan
Alan Parker, Urban Warrior
Alex Hawley (New Zealand comic now based in Britain)
Alexis Wieroniey (USA comic now based in Britain)
Alex Lasarev (Canadian comic who is now based in Britain)
Alex Voakes - freelance astronaut
Alice Frick (Austrian comic now base in Britain)
Alonzo Bodden (US based comic)
Al Pitcher (New Zealander comic who is now based in Britain)
Alyssa Kyria aka Ariadne the Greek WAG
It has always been the ethos of ComedyCv that we are here to help comedians get noticed; especially new acts on circuit. So on that basis we are going to feature a number of acts who are new to the UK comedy circuit, but whom we rate. You'll most likely see them doing 10 minute open spots at comedy clubs up and down the UK. We feel these are ones that are head-and-shoulders above the rest of the new crop.
A simply fantastic act, off the wall, subtle yet accessible and with a very memorable look and style of delivery on stage, an act you might have seen at the Comedy Store in 1981 but is totally current now.
Svetlana the Oligarch's Wife
A brilliant character act created by Laura Bodell, is bold, brash, totally convincing and above all very well observed and exceptionally funny.
The natural heir to Tim Vine and Milton Jones, prolific writer and great performer of one liners, certainly one to watch.
Bright, charismatic and naturally funny, an unexpected set which comprises a myriad of very good impressions which are as accurately observed as they are hilarious.
A ‘West Country’ Emo Philips for the 21st Century. Great one-liners of someone who is confused by modern life. Listen especially to his pornographic story he had written; cue lots of comparisons of sex to tractors and farm animals.