Jack Britton has been smashing (mostly uninvited) his way through the comedy scene with his aggressive strumming, bizarre tales and shouty lyrics. From sea shanties to love songs via cult anthems, Leicester’s Comedy Diva refuses to bugger off.
It’s Hard to find the right words to describe Daniel Nicholas, but here’s 34 that attempt to do just that:
Comedian. Funny. Alternative. Interactive. Surreal. Deadpan. Jokes. Listening bits. Concerning. Shaking. Warped. Hilarious. Very Interactive. Intimidating. Frightening. Lonely. Boarderline Psychotic. Silent. Pauses. Still Interactive. Engaging. Dishevelled. Observational. One-liners. Charming. Slapstick. Handsome? Terrifying. Spindly. Daniel.Nicholas.
Dan Nicholas is a lot of things some say he’s a comedian, fewer say writer. He likes the wording of the term ‘Creative Producer’ but that entertains an idea of selflessness that he doesn’t quite agree with.
Dan Kent is a man. Sometimes he plays songs. His favourite instrument is the ukulele. He’s a twerp.
‘This man has clearly been sent from the heavens, his voice is as smooth as milk, and his majestic musical marvels leave you in a constant state of being unable to breathe. He literally kills people with how good his music is. It’s ridiculous. Maybe he should be considered some kind of musical terrorist? I don’t know. We’re looking into it.’
Douglas Deans is a maker of scenes (and of noises, a lot of unnecessary noises). Doug is a jack of trades, choosing to write plays, poetry, and music in his spare time. Sometimes he can occasionally be seen pretending to be other people for money.
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