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Charming/funny Award-winning story-teller CONOR DRUM "Highly entertaining" (Chortle.co.uk)"Brilliant" (GetReading.co.uk)"Delivers high quality material" (Skinny)"A skilled raconteur" (MumbleComedy)Conor Drum is an actor, comedian and writer from Dublin now based in Central London, he has performed on both RTÉ and the BBC's New Comedy Awards and has worked in entertainment for several years. He has appeared in several national commercials, shorts, voice-overs, television and film projects. A regular on the UK comedy circuit, Conor has performed comedy all over the world from Barcelona to South Africa. He has also brought several successful shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival including the acclaimed 'All My Friends Are Dead' and 2018's critically applauded '...IF'. Over Christmas 2017 Conor opened for Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Goldbergs) over several nights of his sold out Soho Theatre run.In 2014 Conor went to New York as the star of Irish comedy Scratch, which was named one of the Top 12 Short Films of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.
Award winning comedian DAVE GREEN A keen eye for the absurd' (TheWeeReview.com). ‘Fantastically original gags’ (Bruce Dessau). ‘ Highly watchable deadpan style’ (WhatsOn.London). Dave’s top ten jokes of the fringe. Time Out’s One to Watch. Comedy Knight’s Fresh Comedian of the Year. BBC New Comedy Award semi-finalist. Leicester Mercury nominated. Winner of the Max Turner prize
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comedy writer, actress and filmmaker New York stand up comedian Award-winning exciting funny KENDRA CUNNINGHAM Kendra Cunningham is a Boston-born stand-up comic, comedy writer, actress and filmmaker living in Brooklyn, where she owns a super comfortable bed. She also bartends and has an MA in Forensic Psychology. Kendra spends most of her time wondering where the hell her sugar daddy is and hoping he didn’t settle. Kendra regularly contributes to The Huffington Post and the comedic relationship blog Beauty and the Beast. Her short films have been screened at a number of festivals; Lonelygirl48, which she wrote and acted in, won the Boston Comedy Festival and the Palm Beach Women’s International Film Festival. She has been featured in Time Out New York and on CNN Money, among other publications