At the Axbridge Comedy Night at the Roxy on Thursday, January 25th, 2018 six brilliant performers took to the stage. Here are a few notes on the performers.
https://rossbryantpoetry.wordpress.com/2016/07/24/the-moth/; @rossbryantpoet; FaceBook
Ross Bryant is a Poet from the Southwest of England. He has been published in several of the Forward Poetry Anthologies and performs in venues across the country.
http://www.angiebelcher.wordpress.com; @angiebelcher; Facebook
Angie is an award winning stand-up and performance poet( Finalist What the frock Best Comedy National Newcomer 2015 and North East Theatre best spoken word show 2015) Equally at home on the stand-up circuit as in a posh tent at a literature festival “Razor sharp tight observational routine with a high laughter content” B247, Angie presents naughty stanzas and awkward stories . An accomplished comedy performer she has supported Supporting John Gordillo, Ian Cognito, Silky, Shappi Khorsandi and Shazia Mirza as well as compering Glastonbury Festival’s Cabaret Tent. She had a full and successful at Edinburgh Fringe.
Bristol based Isaac is a stand-up with gigs around the city as well as appearances at the Edinbrough Fringe. I was in the pilot night at the Roxy in November telling stories of growing up pains, having a flat and his embarrassing dad. He is on Facebook as Isaac Kean and also Isaac Kean Comedy.
http://www.sarahbreese.com/; @SarahBreese; FaceBook
Sarah started in Television Production in 2012 after finishing university with a First-Class BA in English with Writing and Performance, an MA in Postproduction with Visual Effects (York), and an MSt in Film Aesthetics (Oxford). She has since been employed by a number of film & television production companies, including BBC Wales, RDF Television, Tinopolis, Ffati Ffilms, Fiction Factory, Rubber Chicken, Turtle Canyon Comedy, and Phil McIntyre Entertainment. Sarah has experience in production (as a Production Coordinator), post production (Title Sequence Designer and VFX), writing (with credits on BBC Radio Wales and S4C), and performing (including stage, radio, and TV appearances). She is passionate about development (specialising in comedy), and trained in Script Editing with Script Consultant Philip Shelley. Sarah is the Director of Odd Night Out producing and promoting live comedy events in and around South Wales, and regularly performs stand-up throughout the UK. She was a Finalist in the Welsh Unsigned Standup Award 2016. Based in Cardiff, and a Welsh speaker, Sarah is currently developing a number of projects (in both English / Welsh) for Television and Radio.
FaceBook as Alex Kitson and Bristol Revunions
Alex is a student at Bristol University and is a member and performer with the Bristol Revunions sketch group. He’s done a few gigs around Bristol at open mic nights and says he’s a fairly orthodox stand-up comedian with a few observations and one-liners. His current claim to fame is he’s Tiverton’s only stand-up comedian’.
Lewis has had handful of gigs so far with new material that is a mixture of observational and story-telling. ‘Lewis is engaging and likeable, riffing on his recent move from the hustle and bustle of London to the tranquility of the Welsh countryside, and his struggle to adjust’. At present he has no social media site but can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
www.harrymottram.co.uk; @HarryTheSpiv; Facebook as Harry Mottram; LinkenIn; YouTube
Harry is a freelance journalist by day and at night goes to sleep. He lives in Axbridge with his wife Linda and has four grown up children and is now a granddad. Together with Juliet Maclay has organised and hosted the comedy nights at the Roxy with an eye to making them a regular event.