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Stewart McCure

An Australian expat, Stewart McCure gave the show another foreign view of the country.  Living in the UK for only three years allowed him the luxury of taking extended liberties in his humorous criticisms of London which the largely Scottish audience lapped up.  In addition to his culture shock material, Stewart explored many topical subjects with enough varied insight to make them fresh as well as a few comments of dubious taste to keep the audience on their toes.  His confident and smooth delivery were clearly the result of a productive experience on the London circuit. - Review from Edinburgh 2008 on www.thegroggysquirrel.com

Stewart has performed stand-up across London and the South of England at all the usual venues, at the 2006 & 2008 Edinburgh Fringe, the famous Manchester Frog & Bucket, the Bury St Edmunds Fringe Festival, the Leicester Comedy Festival, the Comedy Clinic and ALTdot COMedy Lounge in Toronto, Comedy Crisis in New Jersey, Superego Comedy in New York and the Roxbury and the Comedy Store in Sydney.

He is also a 20-year Australian improv veteran, a two-time winner of the coveted Sydney Theatresports Cranston Cup championship and has performed across Australia, the US, the UK and Canada, including the legendary Second City, Toronto.
Most recently Stewart directed directing the hit comedy Scenes from Communal Living at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden.

“A fast-paced and exciting night of improv.  All the sketches are based around the lunacy that arises from house sharing.  Very funny, fresh and endlessly creative.  Two thumbs up!” - Time Out London, April 2009

Stewart produced over 500 comedy performances at various pubs around Sydney over ten years.  He has written articles for the Sydney Morning Herald, Scoop Magazine and was the UK correspondent for Manic Times.  He has written comedy for Channels 7, 9 and 10 on Australian TV and is currently writing The Complete and Utter History of Australia for the SBS network.

Stewart once went undercover for the infamous Australian tabloid TV programme  A Current Affair to crack a story about bogus hypnotherapy schools.

“A long-time star of the Sydney improv scene, Stewart McCure has a set like a dinner party conversation with a piss-funny guy who has a ultra-keen eye for the absurdities of British life.  His act is intelligent, perceptive observational comedy that leaves your standard Aussie-in-London fare for dead.” - Dom Romeo, Stand & Deliver!