Former losing contestant on much loved ITV quiz show 'Blockbusters', metaphorical swashbuckler DANIEL KITSON hosts an evening of first class stand up comedy in aid of the United Nations Refugee Agency. It's what Bob Holness would have wanted.
TIM KEY - 2009 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner, 'The Independent Magazine' columnist, Charlie Brooker's poet-in-residence and 'unsung hero of British comedy' (citation needed), Tim Key is more than your average triple threat comedian. He's at least a quadruple threat. And slutty with it.
"Don't be fooled by the bumbling delivery..(Key) is sharp and meticulous. Leagues ahead of most standup." The Guardian
NISH KUMAR - Nish's 2015 Edinburgh show, 'Long word... Long word... Blah Blah Blah... I'm so clever' was the best overall rated show of the festival. He's been on TV loads. And he hosts 'Newsjack' on BBC Radio 4 Extra. Basically, he's really, really good at being funny. What more do you need?
"A highly polished, subtly innovative stand-up... he nails the punchlines over and over again, thanks to taut, economical writing that puts audience pleasure firmly ahead of self-indulgence... His is a talent worth catching up with" - The Guardian
SOFIE HAGEN - Sofie started performing stand up in 2010. In 2013 she won her first award. In 2014 she won another award. In 2015, Sofie took her first full show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival - and guess what? She won another award - the Foster's Best Newcomer - joining the comedy elite of those who have previously been bestowed the title including Harry Hill, Tim Vine, The Mighty Boosh and Sarah Millican to name a few.
When not busy winning awards and performing across the globe, Sofie also enjoys the music of Westlife.
"eye-catchingly odd and disarmingly honest" - The Independent