Stevie Martin is currently working on her second Edinburgh show after her debut hour, Vol. 1, went pretty well (“So inventive and consistently funny” – Fest). She’s performed at the Fringe before as part of critically-acclaimed sketch group Massive Dad (“Hilarious” – The Guardian) and in all three of Adam Riches’ recent plays: Coach Coach (Mrs Coach), The Lone Dueller (The Lone Dueller) and Coach Coach 2 (Comrade Coach). A writer published everywhere from Vice to the Guardian via Cosmo, Shortlist and Grazia, Stevie is working on her first book and co-hosts popular comedy self help podcast Nobody Panic where she and writing partner/comedian Tessa Coates try to work out how to be a functioning adult without screaming all the time. The Evening Standard called it “Witty, smart and oh-so-relatable. Subscribe to it right now” and it’s currently approaching half a million downloads.
John Kearns is an actor, writer and the only comedian to have won the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show (Shtick) and Best Newcomer (Sight Gags for Perverts) in the awards history.
An internationally acclaimed live act, he since has delivered his ‘richly, idiosyncratic comedy’ (The Guardian) across the world, notably picking up two Melbourne Barry Award nominations along the way. Off the back of sold out residencies at the Soho Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre and at the Edinburgh Fringe, he toured across the UK for the first time in 2018 with his third solo show, ‘Don’t Worry, They’re Here’, directed by Olivier winning playwright Jon Brittain.
Naz Osmanoglu,regularly a face on our screens, Naz has appeared on Live at the Electric(BBC Three), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and Horrible Histories(CBBC) as a core cast member in the 7th series. He’s also acted in Drunk History (Comedy Central), Plebs (ITV2) and Bull (UKTV Gold).
Naz was also a member of acclaimed sketch trio WitTank Edinburgh Fringe veterans with 10 shows under their belt. Meanwhile, Naz regularly performs on the London circuit both as a stand-up comedian and character act..