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Reeves Peterson

Reeves Peterson is a comedian, songwriter and recovering crisp addict.

After only two years of performing Reeves has racked up over 200 performances, been a finalist in You Must Be Joking, won the Comedy Café New Acts and became the first English speaking comedian to headline the Suomen Stand Up Club Helsinki, Finland.

He also books and is the resident M.C at Mr Kyps Comedy Night in Poole, Dorset and is a regular guest on 102.3 2CRFM (gcapmedia) where he writes and
performs topical songs for Richie and Caroline at Breakfast.

His cynical observations and superbly crafted songs have made him an in demand act particularly when required to open up a show.

Reeves also appears regularly on the cabaret/alternative variety circuit where he performs song only comedy sets.

He has performed paid slots and M.C 'd for Mirth Control, Christian Knowles, Comedy Café, Twisters, Oi Oi comedy, Paul Tresgaskis, Ribticklas, Sidesplitters, Chris Mayo, Firmarock (Finland) and many others.

He has appeared at numerous comedy clubs including The Chuckle Club, Upstairs and the Queens Head, Komedia, Laughing horse, Barnstormers, Jaggers, Ashedload of Laughs, Comedy Bar Southampton, RAW, The Comedy Court, The Bedford, Rabbit in the Headlights, The Comedy Store, Bristol Jesters and
numerous student gigs including Brighton University, Bournemouth University, Farnham College, Royal Holloway University, The Arts Institute at Bournemouth, University of Bognor, The London School Of Economics.

"The compere for the evening was a young shining wit Reeves Peterson who had the audience eating from the palm of his hand within seconds" Trev Faulkner MrKyps.net

"Reeves Peterson's x-rated "Internet Single Mum" song and outrageous gags went down a storm" Newbury Today