Silky, Pierre Hollins & Jonny Pelham
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Liverpudlian-in-exile Silky has always been hilarious. At only his fourth ever gig he was on BBC1 in the final of the 1995 BBC New Comedy Awards alongside Lee Mack (Mock The Week, Not Going Out) and Julian Barratt (Mighty Boosh). He’s an award winning act coming runner-up in Leicester Mercury Comedian of The Year and had been Nominee Liverpool Echo Arts and Entertainment Award twice.

Silky has performed internationally, including gigs in China, the Philippines, the Gulf, Singapore, the US, the Melbourne Comedy Festival, and all over Europe, including at the Glastonbury Festival. He also headlined the inaugural Frampton Mansell comedy festival, the world’s smallest and does warm-up work for BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Other television appearances include ‘The Stand-Up Show’ (BBC1), ‘James Campbell’s Silly Experiment’ (SO TV/Disney Worldwide), ‘Coronation Street’ and ‘Gagging for It’ (Granada), The Loafers (BBC Digital), ‘Hollyoaks’ and ‘Brookside’ (Mersey TV), ‘Heartbeat’ and ‘Rhinoceros’ (Yorkshire TV), Sky TV, The Superchannel (Denmark) and Channel 6.

“Left me with aching stomach muscles, teary eyes and a need to buy more anti-wrinkle cream for the laughter lines around my eyes” BBC

“Most remarkable.. His ability to play the hardest rooms is legendary amongst comedians”  Liverpool Echo

“Immaculately funny”  Time Out

“A star in the making” The Laughter Lounge


The guitar posturing, electric tennis racket playing chameleon of comedy, Pierre Hollins, has spent years crafting his laugh out loud sets and has been an audience favourite on the comedy circuit for many years. He has a stage presence and delivery style that is the envy of many of his peers and he still appears as fresh today as the day he started.

He has headlined at clubs throughout the UK, Europe, The Middle East and Asia and also has numerous TV writing experiences such as for Bodger and Badger (CBBC) and Waking Up With Winona (Disney Channel).

Appearing alongside many a comedy legend in his time such as Alixei Sayle, Hugh Lorrie and Stephen Fry. This compelling act has to be seen to understand just how funny it is!!!

Often cited as the unsung hero for comedy, the gods bow down at Hollins’ guitar hero feet and after you’ve seen him you will too so be prepared for this comedy veteran to hit you with some effortlessly flippant rock and roll comedy.

“A must see” The Guardian

“Don’t miss this true professional at work. Bloody funny” Time Out

“Hugely talented, hugely experienced, comedy maestro” KOMEDIA


Jonny Pelham began comedy at University and while he was there he achieved runner-up in both the coveted So You Think You’re Funny competition and The Chortle Student Comedy Awards. Since graduating university Jonny has continued to impress and was a finalist and judges choice in the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards, as well as being nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer in 2014. As a multi-nominated and award winning act and is highly regarded in the comedy industry as one to watch. Not least for being the Judges’ Choice in the BBC Radio New Comedy Awards.

2016 saw Jonny make the exciting step over to the small screen on Russell Howards Stand Up Central for Comedy Central followed by a support slot on Live At The BBC this year.

With two critically acclaimed solo shows under his belt, Before and After (2015) and Fool’s Paradise (2016) Jonny has a number of up-coming television projects in the pipe-line, including a presenting debut and bookings to write across a number of television projects.

“The laughs are explosive” Chortle

“Engagingly wry temperament and clear anecdotal gifts” The Scotsman

“His presence and storytelling have them all entranced for an hour” The Skinny

“Echoes of Daniel Kitson” The Sunday Times

 

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