Posted on: June 1, 2018Posted by: Andy BournComments: 0
June (Summer Laff’n) line-up now confirmed!
Summer Laff’n Lineup now Confirmed
Gavin Webster (MC)
Mystery guest (Opener)
Cal Halbert (Middle)
Steve Harris (Headliner)
Gavin Webster started his comedy career as half a double act, going solo in 1995. He was a regular team captain in Channel 4’s Does Doug Know? and is an established name on the circuit. He has also supported Lee Evans, Jack Dre and Phill Jupitus on tour. In 2014, he was named UK Circuit Comedian of the year, as voted for by fellow professional comedians online.
We are delighted to announce that joining June’s lineup is the impressionable Cal Halbert from Britain’s got talent!
Impressionist, comedian, voice over artist, writer and actor. ‘Brilliant’ – David Walliams and ‘The New Wave of Comedy’ – Michael McIntyre. Cal Halbert has performed from local comedy clubs to the London Palladium, Britain’s Got Talent to Good Morning Britain and voiced for YouTube to the BBC.
Well known as an Impressionist, Halbert is one half of ‘The Mimic Men’. The UK’s only impressionist double act! Performing on Britain’s Got Talent in 2016 and gaining four yeses accompanied by a standing ovation by the judges, audience and Ant and Dec.
’Very Good’ – Simon Cowell.
‘Uncanny Imitations’ – The Sun.
‘Impersonator Genius’ – Sunderland Echo.
Cal will certainly leave an impression on you!.
Steve Harris first leapt on stage back in August 1998 and within 3 months had won himself the coveted North-West comedian of the year award after just 5 gigs. A finalist of the BBC new comedy awards and Channel 4’s “So you think you’re funny” in the same year. Steve went on to headline all of the top comedy clubs in the UK including venues as far flung as Hong Kong and Australia. With his ever-expanding reputation the demand for Steve has come from all different types of media outlets including Radio and Television. With support slots with the likes of Johnny Vegas, Peter Kay and Lee Evans, Steve comes highly recommended from the heavy weights of comedy themselves.