Luke Honnoraty is a truly engaging comedian telling hilarious tall stories on life as a devout Devonian, losing weight and on being very childish in supermarkets. Slick,well paced and a great opening to our show.
Lee Kyle worked our “posh” audience splendidly, highlighting the fact that the North/South divide is well and truly in place. Classic stand-up!
Edward Aczel bumbled onto the stage, bemused, bewitched & bewildered leaving the audience feeling exactly the same. Absolutely flocking brilliant!
Troy Hawke sauntered onstage sporting the silk cravat and moustache of a fallen 1930’s matinee idol trying to make sense of the 21st century. A breathtaking display of banter skilfully interwoven with farcical tales this brilliantly observed character held our audience spellbound and laughing their socks off. Genius.
Luke Honnoraty at Flock Comedy
Lee Kyle at Flock Comedy
Edward Aczel at Flock Comedy
Troy Hawke at Flock Comedy
Laura Lexx at Flock Comedy
Phil Cooper at Flock Comedy
Chris McCausland at Flock Comedy
Phil Cooper at Flock Comedy again
Paul T Eyres our opening act at Finstock Village Hall
Peter Wilson - our open mic slot at Finstock
Phil Cooper again! This time at Finstock in Oxfordshire
James Alderson our Headlining Act at Finstock in May 2016
Sally-Anne Hayward our opening act on 10 June
Ben van der Velde out Middle Act at Woodstock
Chris McCausland Headlines for Flock Comedy - again
Graeme Garden, Verity Fifer (fundraiser at Lawrence Home Nursing Team) Nick Page, Sandi Toksvig, Ken Norman (Head Shepherd at Flock) and Lloyd Langford
Jane Hill, Cokey Falkow and Rob Coleman at Flock Comedy
Jane Hill at Flock Comedy
Cokey Falkow at Flock Comedy
Chris Stokes at Flock Comedy
Rob Coleman at Flock Comedy
Claire Nelson at Flock Comedy
Duncan Oakley at Flock Comedy
Laura Lexx is quirky, sassy, cheeky and hysterically funny. She’s one of our favourite comedians
Phil Cooper has great stage presence and in his act, which contains surreal anecdotes, he bleats on about social justice and his struggle, as a Welshman, fitting into English society.
Chris McCausland delivers intelligent, accessible comedy. He’s a charming, self-effacing Scouser (you don’t meet many of those, do you?) who has greater vision and observes more than most sighted people!”
Nothing quite prepared our audience for the spectacle that was Wayne the Weird escaping from the confines of his chains, shackles and jacket. They were left open-mouthed with astonishment.
Chistopher Molineux’s set was a splendid blend of anecdotes, impressions and a Canadian’s observations of Britain. Very funny indeed.
Local lad Tom Goffe has a tiny head, huge hands and an unfortunate bedside manner which he puts down to coming from farming stock. VERY funny.
El Baldiniho is daft. He delivers a barrage of silly magic tricks, one liners and joshes with the audience. They LOVED him.
Nick Page ambles onto the stage and quietly draws the audience into his world - a world of fraud, community service and serial engagements. He doesn’t do props, audience banter, characters, one-liners, visual aids or mime; just intelligently told multi-layered stories riddled with jokes, laughs and the occasional gasp of shock.