Alex Holland is an award winning comedian and writer based in London. His stand-up comedy blends odd observations with bizarre anecdotes to create an often surreal but highly enjoyable performance.
Starting in late 2008, originally in Norwich before moving to London in August 2010, he's been performing at a variety of open spots in aand around the capital and 10-15 minute spots supporting the likes of Tony Law, Isy Suttie and Pappy's.
Two 2009 Royal Television Society Awards for Best Undergraduate Entertainment for a comedy sketch show pilot.
Semi-finalist So You Think You're Funny 2010
Semi-finalist Laughing Horse New Act Competition 2011
Supported Tony Law at Comedy Showcase festival, 15 minute set;
Supported Pappy’s at Norwich Art Centre, 10-15 minute set;
Supported Issy Suttie at Comedy at the Kirk, 10-15 minute set;
Open spot supporting Phil Kay at Up The Creek;
Open spot supporting Ed Aczel, Seann Walsh, Paul McCaffre at Lincoln’s Big Comedy Mash
Open spots Downstairs at the King's Head
4stars from WhatsOnStage for the 3 man Edinburgh Free Fringe show 'Three Man Roast' - "an extremely solid compendium of nerd-centric standup".