The Phil Lowen cabaret show is an evening of top class entertainment from one of the countries finest entertainers.
His unique comedy style, Tom Jones tribute and the unforgettable Pavarotti all combine to create a show that is ideal for all occasions.
Phil Lowen started his career by being chosen to replace Brian Conley in the top comedy showband Tomfoolery.
The 90's saw him in TV acting roles 'The Brittas Empire' as well as 'The Bill' and touring his cabaret show around the country on cruise ships as well as venues in the middle east and Mediterranean.
He is also a well known face on the Pantomime circuit.
His vocal impressions on TV's 'Who do you do' has led Phil to form his own Tom Jones tribute show which has received much acclaim.
This can be booked separately or combined with his hilarious comedy cabaret act, which creates a whole evening of great entertainment.
An act of total comedy, combining gags with crazy magic & mayhem produces an hilarious one man show.
Numerous TV shows increased Andy's popularity with his crazy comedy appealing to both young and old alike.
A few years ago Andy starred in "Beauty & the Beast", which was voted among the top 10 Christmas shows in Great Britain, followed by an appearance on the Gala Show of the Montreal Comedy Festival "Just for Laughs" televised and watched by over 800 million people worldwide.
Andy also appeared on the Royal Variety Show where he was honoured to appear in front of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh on the occasion of their 50th Wedding Anniversary, preceded by a superb performance at Sir Paul McCartney's Christmas party.
Describing Arnold Gutbucket purely as comedy gives no clues as to the fabulous eccentricity of the man.
Really original comedians have always been thin on the ground and the likes of Mr Gutbucket are light entertainment treasures.
He’s a fine raconteur, sings delightfully silly songs and knows how to work an audience to maximum effect. Great fun!
Herbie got his start in comedy at just five years old, entertaining the customers in his mother's hair salon in Cambridge, creating characters and enchanting the ladies trapped under the dryers.
Since those formative and crucial years, he toured as a drummer/percussionist, playing with a diversity of musicians from bands such as Dio, Groove Armada and Dizzy Rascal.
It was during one particular performance when, (to a wave of laughter) he fell off the drum riser, before finally becoming a full-time comedian in his twenties, when he wrote and performed his first one-man show.
Since then, his work has taken him around the world and all over the UK in radio, television, stand-up clubs, universities, music festivals and in theatre.
Now with a mix of music, surreal characters, sharp one-liners and comedic observations he's established himself as a popular headliner on the comedy circuit.
Herbie lives in London, on the edge of insanity.
Queation: What do you get if you cross Oasis with George Formby?
Answer: Probably one of the most different and versatile live acts around today.
Ian Larkin is a self-contained multi instrumental comedy/vocal entertainer.
Playing Guitars, 5 String Banjo, Uke and Electric Ukulele and using his own unique approach to comedy his show is versatile, fun and totally capable of pleasing audiences of any age.
Mark Jones is very popular with all audiences thanks to his likeable persona and quick wit.
His ability to ad-lib in any given situation will leave your guests feeling as if they have seen their very own unique show.
He first started performing stand up on the London circuit whilst at University in 1991 for “something to do”. He soon turned it into a full time job and has been performing and writing for himself and others ever since.
Mark’s most recent show, Love Me Tinder, was based on his experiences on the online dating scene after finding himself unexpectedly single at the age of 40. It received huge acclaim and led to an appearance on BBC Radio 5Live.
His new show, Mark Jones is Set In His Ways is currently in production, and can be seen in theatres and comedy clubs later this year.
Triple Cream consists of Dave, Brian, and Harvey.
They began their careers as professional musicians working throughout the UK in various venues from clubs to theatres, and were in great demand as session musicians, working on many albums for various artistes.
They have also performed music for TV advertisements and radio jingles. In the late 80's Triple Cream moved into musical parodies and standup comedy and realised they had good comic timing and a great rapport with an audience.
Triple Cream were also runners-up on BBC TV's Opportunity Knocks securing a six week series guest spot for London Weekend Television, also performing on the BBC TV's Generation Game to great acclaim.
In 1994 they spent the whole year working in Bermuda and were invited to work in New York, they were a big hit with the audiences.
Since then they have gone from strength to strength, and are constantly complimented on their originality, ad-libbing and professionalism.