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Malcolm Head

Malcolm Head is a full-time assistant archivist at Kent Police Museum in Chatham, and part-time performance poet and light entertainer. He was south-west Kent new poet of the year in 1997 and 2003. He supported Paul Foot on national tours in 2011 and 2012, and has performed for promoters and in comedy clubs throughout the UK for the last year including Glee, The Stand, Ed comedy, Laughing Coyote, Just the Tonic, Mirth Control and Crack Comedy. Malcolm regularly comperes alternative cabaret nights including the Private Widdle Social Club, and has also performed at festivals including Bestival and Lounge on the Farm. Malcolm Head has proved a hit everywhere from rowdy club nights to arts centres and student nights, but is never more at home than on the south-west Kent poetry circuit, despite its terminal decline and virtual non-existence.

Malcolm Head is the creation of comedian Jack Stratten. Jack has written and performed for Sketch groups including Twisted Fudge on the London Circuit, and has written sketches for BBC radio shows including BBC7's Newsjack. His other creations - including Malcolm's nephew Callum - featured on his tour with Paul Foot in 2011 and at clubs across the UK. Jack wrote 50 2-minute sketches for the animal charity Elephant Family which were voiced by a host of celebrities and actors including Sophie Dahl, Rula Lenska, Nickolas Grace, Geri Halliwell and Jack himself. Writing for Geri Halliwell is naturally his career-high thus far. Jack also recently wrote sketches for the second series of channel 4's "I'm Spazticus".

'There was a subtlety to Head’s delivery, combined with impeccable rhythm and some deceptively well-written lines, which made this a set to enjoy.' - Who's Laughing Now 

'A well-meaning goon... unintentionally funny and went down well with the punters' - Leftlion 

'Malcolm Head is a wonderful performer, but he is a horrible person' - Paul Foot 

'Delivered plenty of laughs with his low-key delivery and mundane inspirations' - Chortle 

'Original and brilliant' - Nick Revell 

'Excellent' - Geoff Whiting