8.30pm Friday July 3rd

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Rob Rouse

"Comedy guaranteed to lighten even the darkest of moods....always a step ahead of your expectations" Edingburgh Evening News

"A phenomenal performer, Rob Rouse is a born clown, a latter day Stan Laurel" Time Out

In Edinburgh 1998, Rob Rouse followed in the footsteps of comedy legends such as Peter Kay, Tommy Tiernan and Dylan Moran winning the “So You Think You're Funny? new act competition. Rob returned to Edinburgh over subsequent years with his own solo shows, winning critical acclaim and die-hard fans, gaining him a good following on the comedy circuit.

With countless television appearances [8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Spoons (Channel 4), The Friday Night Project (Channel 4), Guilty Pleasures (BBC3), Tunnel of Love (ITV), The Pilot Show (E4), Sean Lock's 15 Storeys High (BBC2)], numerous Radio 4 shows, UK and European tours Rob has remained a hugely in demand and well respected stand up comic.

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Christian Steel

"His fast paced Geordie delivery is just outstanding" ED Fringe.com

"Extremely enjoyable" Three Weeks

Christian Steel, a graduate of London's Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, first began performing stand-up comedy in January 2006 and his fast paced, Geordie delivery has seen him win plaudits across the circuit becoming a Hackney Empire Finalist and The Otherside Comedy Club Finalist in 2008.

Combining acting with stand up comedy, Christian has also appeared in Shackleton with Kenneth Branagh, the BBC’s WW2 film “Night Flight” and other TV shows as well as performing with The Royal Shakespeare Company. Both careers continue to go from strength to strength and his Edingburgh 2008 show "The Jew, The Muslim, The Christian and The Geordie" received great reviews and was packed out for every performance.

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Karl Edrik

"Snappy Wit and hilariously bizarre stories” Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2007

“In my 27yrs as a pro stand up, rarely have I seen so much potential – he’ll go all the way to the top” Al Benson (Award winning Comic)

Karl has organised comedy gigs around London to share his favourite performers for demanding audiences. Karl combines compering with a busy schedule of appearing in gigs Nationwide & Scotland.

An Edinburgh Festival regular whose shows have included “About As Funny As It Gets” and “Hari Krisha and The Philosopher’s Stoned” over recent years, Karl’s events and stand up draws on his extensive experience of and connections from all across the circuit.


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