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Rohan Agalawatta

"Despite sharing his name with a region of Middle-Earth, Rohan has nothing to do with Lord of the Rings, unless you count a mane worthy of an Elven Chieftain. What he does do are deft,daft puns in a laconic style out of the Steven Wright book. Genuinely funny, and distinctly different from most of his peers" The TIMES.


"loads of potential" The STAGE

Finalist Jongleurs/metro new act of the year
Finalist TELEGRAPH open mic competition
Best new open spot nominee CHORTLE

"stands out from the crowd" - the stage

2002 - Part of the Screaming Blue Murder Big Value Edinburgh Show - August 2002.

Rohan Agalawatta' s ascent up the comedy staircase has been slow and methodical - like a stanna stairlift. A commended finalist in last year's Daily Telegraph open mic competition - his one liner whimsy and hairdo are not to be missed!

2002 Best open spot nominee- chortle awards.

2001: Commended finalist Daily Telegraph open mic competition
Did Avalon's autumn tour of universities doing a 20" set (supporting John Oliver)

Had a sketch performed on BBC website by comedian John Shuttleworth. (Go to BBC homepage and type in "sketch pad")

Wrote a sketch that was performed at a talent showcase (black coral/script city) for filmfour

previously...

2000: Began performing stand-up on the London circuit...

1999 Submitted projects - on spec to Radio 4.
(had interest expressed by Smack the Pony - Channel 4 for submitted sketches)

1998 Selected for the Black Coral/LWT comedy workshop - on strength of material submitted.

1997 I won Academy Radio - BBC sponsored search for upcoming radio talent.

1996 Shortlisted to be Time Out's representative on the Perrier award panel - after writing an article on stand up.

1995 Submitted sketches for Weekending (Radio 4)