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Harry Hawkins

Harry Hawkins began his comedy career late entering Channel 4's "So you think your funny" in 2003 at the age of 38. He is quickly attracting interest from the industry and has appeared at the Edinburgh Festival and on radio. Currently runs his own comedy venue at the Art College at the University of Gloucestershire. His observational and anecdotal style of biographical storytelling blends passion with satire "The poor dress up, and the rich dress down".

Harry graduated in 1990 from Manchester Polytechnic with a Creative Arts Degree in Theatre and Writing. He immediately found success as a performance poet sharing the stage and supporting headline acts such as Lee Evans, Dave Gorman and Craig Charles.

Comedy Clubs
Cheeky Monkey - Birmingham (C4's "So you think your funny")
Slax - Cheltenham
Fandango - Plymouth
Havana Club - Exeter
Pittville Comedy Night - University of Gloucestershire
Guildhall - Gloucester
CWU - Edinburgh
The Shed - Bedford
Vibe Room - Great Yarmouth
Duke of York - Stroud
Poet in the 90's
Buzz Club - Manchester
Pillar Talk - Cheltenham

Festivals
Cheltenham Festival of Literature 1995/1996/2004
York Comedy Festival 2003
Edinburgh Fringe 2004

Theatre
West Side Story - Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham directed by Sheila Mander

Radio
Radio 5 Live, Richard Bacon show - 2004