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Tim O’Connor

Tim O’Connor has been making people laugh since forever but has only recently taken to comedy club stages as it allows people to laugh at him in a more appropriate setting.

Quick witted, thinks on his feet – which is handy for a stand up, adaptable and dependable.

Debuted at the Kings Head in Crouch End on 17th March 2011.

Following third gig at the Cheltenham Comedy Festival, was booked for a 20 minute set at this year’s event on 16th November 2012.

With his 8th gig he made the final of Newbury Comedy Festival ‘You must be joking’ competition in July 2012 and for his 9th gig....he didn’t win the final but had a great time and great experience.

He also conducts, in the guise of shambolic historian Dr Archibald Combellack Senior, the ‘Alternative guide to Frome’ which is a light hearted comedy walk around his adopted Somerset hometown during the Frome Festival.  This year’s tour was a complete sell out again.

He has recently been recruited by Frome FM to present a monthly radio show for them and is currently writing this. He is also a published comedy writer;

‘A step in the right direction’ (short story on running the London Marathon)
‘In-Security’ – debut play about a security firm, won a Bristol play writing competition
‘Henry:Portrait of a serial monogomist’ – Second play about Henry 8ths 4th stag do, performed in July 12.
Currently completing work on his debut full-length novel ‘The other side of history.’

He has many gigs lined up over 2012/13 as he hone’s the elusive comedy craft.


‘This guy will go far’ (Jack Higgins – Cheltenham Comedy Festival)

‘Lovely manner, good delivery and made everyone laugh...a job well done.’ Nick Hill (MC)

‘Your 9th gig?’ Sean Doyle ( winner of YMBJ 2012)

‘Not bad for an atheist’ – God

‘Comedy you say?’ Mr O’Connor Senior.

Comedy Competitions

Finalist - Newbury Comedy Festival ‘You must be joking’ competition - July 2012