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Raymond and Mr Timpkins - Headliner
Drawn together by the irresistible force of showbiz in the mid nineteen eighties, Raymond and Mr Timpkins first chose to show off aboard the Portsmouth based pop band,‘Uncle Barneys Atomic Wobblers’, until the natural forces of attrition bore down and the band distilled to the current ruggedly handsome duo.
Cutting their teeth compering and performing in Comedy and Variety nights at The Wedgewood Rooms in Southsea, the nineties wafted gently past until, eventually and not before time, London called. With the fledgling post-fix, “Revue”, added,they blasted the clubs with their Guitar and Stylophone stylings, wowing rooms with super slick prop manipulation, dazzling jaded eyes with sandal based choreography that remains inimitable.
Now, they tour the country, regularly headlining at Jongleurs clubs, even venturing far afield to The Falklands providing spiritual uplift to the brave boys and girls of the armed forces.
“A mad, anarchic triumph of stupidity over style. Not to be missed” -The Guardian
“Spectacularly funny” Time out
Erich McElroy - Support
Originally from Seattle, Erich joined ranks and became a British citizen and is highly regarded for his humorous and insightful take on living in the UK.
His 2012 show The Brit Identity received numerous Four Star reviews. ‘It was a joy to be an audience member…masterful hour of piss taking.’ (Broadway Baby)
The Brit Identity followed his appearance in the hugely successful Edinburgh Fringe as part of the highly regarded AAA Stand-Up Late at The Pleasance in 2010.
In 2006 he received a Total Fringe Sellout Award for his Edinburgh show Brokeback Britain, Erich is renowned for his ‘great gags’ (The Stage), and is described by The List as’ hilariously insightful’ and as ‘excellent’ by Time Out.
“Excellent”, Time Out
“Great gags”, The Stage
Javier Jarquin - Compere
Jav (short for Javier) Jarquin spent the last 5 years working as a professional comedian in New Zealand. After winning the 2007 ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ competition in Christchurch He has played and headlined in some of the biggest clubs in New Zealand and in 2012 he won ‘best New Zealand act’.
“He’s gonna be a star” – William Burdett-Coutts (Producer of Black Books / Artistic Director of Assembly Theatre)