THE COMEDY LINE UP

MILK AND SUGAR’S COMEDY LINE UP

Elea Easton

Elea EastonElea “It’s my party and I’ll perform if I want to” Easton will be putting pen to paper once more and writing a brand new sketch especially for the Milk and Sugar charity event.

 

 

Ruth Davies Knowles

IMG05925-20120707-2022Ruth Davies Knowles is an actress and writer who lives in London. Ruth trained at Italia Conti.

Ruth is also an avid blogger and maintains a popular online blog called rocknrollerbaby.

http://www.rocknrollerbaby.co.uk
Follow her on twitter – @rocknrollerbaby

Zoltan Adorjan

Zoltan15A Hungarian born actor, Zoltan Adorjan trained in London. Swiftly after completing his studies in 2011, he took part in various theatrical projects including some experimental theatre. As part of The London Actors group, his latest theatrical appearance was at Theatre 503,  where he performed in the premiere of a new play entitled National Xpress. Besides theatre, Zoltan has also appeared in a number of short films, some of which have been submitted for film festivals. Zoltan also performs various readings at The Poetry Café in Covent Garden.

Sean Downie

1280481_4836537486060_32067011_nSean Downie, a New Zealand overstayer comedian who looks like an insurance salesman then proceeds to say highly inappropriate things on stage.

 

 

 

Matt Randle

mattMatt Randle has written and directed a couple of fringe shows at Canal Cafe and Etcetra Theatre.

Matt has performed stand up at Camden Head and Cavendish Arms.

 

 

Jet Vevers

JetJet Vevers has been doing stand-up comedy for 6 months, during which time he has performed at some of the least popular pubs in London. He also helps to run a monthly comedy night (https://www.facebook.com/seeyounextthurs) at the Royal George, Soho.

 

 

Joe Charman

photo1Joe Charman is the UK’s resident noise making comedian. Using loop pedals and voice changing effects Joe builds up live songs using nothing but his voice (new comedian of the year finalist 2013).

 

 

Josh Diner

joshJosh Diner is an up and coming comedian based in London and he’s talking about himself in the third person…After completing recent shows at Downstairs at the Kings Head and as part of Fat Controller Comedy he’s a star in his own head, remember it’s not arrogance if you know you’re the best.  Obviously the best approach to a successful start is to do something for charity, book as many shows as possible and start planning your first Daily Mail scandal, so here we go…

Follow him on twitter @JoshDinerComedy

 

You can follow my event on twitter #MilkAndSugarEvent or @eleaeaston

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