Sally-Anne is one of the westcountry’s finest comedy talents. An award-winning comedian, radio presenter and regular compere at Glastonbury Festival.
She has performed all over the world and has provided tour support for some of the biggest names in stand up including Sarah Millican, Russell Howard and Russell Kane.
Sally-Anne appeared in ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ and ‘The Blame Game’ on the BBC and starred in sketch show ‘Why the long faces?’. Sally-Anne’s confident persona and quick wit have built her reputation as one of the most sought-after comedians on the UK circuit and a favourite in clubs across the south west.
Chortle praised her “bubbly stream of comedy anecdotes” and “butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth” style. BBC London Live simply called her ‘fabulous’.
She now co-hosts the ‘Spit and Swallow’ podcast, along with Lou Conran. Together they incorporate their love of wine, celebrity guests and drunk stories.
Support from Alex Kitson and Jeremy Flynn
Alex Kitson is an award-winning stand-up comedian, performer and writer. New on the comedy scene in 2018 he has performed across the UK, written for both the BBC (‘Incredible… So clever’ – BBC Radio Bristol) and his online content has millions of views. He reached the final of First Laugh 2020, New UK Online Comedian of the Year 2020, and the top 12 of Jason Manford’s New Act Competition in 2019. He also performed in two five star runs at the Edinburgh Fringe with the Bristol Revunions (‘The entire ensemble is hilarious. Properly, effortlessly, hilarious’ – EdFringe Review). In 2021 after the pandemic he took his first hour of stand-up around the country to critical acclaim in Southampton, Brighton, Exeter, Bath and Bristol. Culminating in a sell-out show in Bristol and winning the Bath Comedy Festival Award for Best Joke 2021.
Jeremy Flynn is a Bristol comic who has been performing mix of observations, anecdotes and gags since 2015. Jeremy reached the semi finals of So You Think You’re Funny, a prestigious annual stand-up comedy competition for new acts, soon after entering the world of comedy; and in 2019 was nominated for the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year.
RESIDENT compere TOM GLOVER
Originally from Bridport, Tom Glover has been hosting and performing at comedy nights in the south west since 2011. As well as being the resident compere at the Lyme Regis Comedy Club, Tom is also a regular host at the Weymouth Pavilion, Blandford Corn Exchange, Teignmouth Pavilions, and the Jurassic Fields Festival. His solo show A Glover Not A Fighter had a month long run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.