Support acts – Ollie Horn and Laura Smyth
Bristol born Ollie Horn is a Westcountry local without the accent because it got bullied out of him at a posh school. As well as being a regular at the Edinburgh, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne comedy festivals he’s toured the world as a headline act, performing at some of the top clubs in the USA, Asia and Europe with his high-energy and engaging observational comedy.
He thrives when performing off the beaten track, and has gigged in over a hundred cities worldwide, in places as far flung as Nepal, Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, and Nigeria.
Laura Smyth, winner of The Funny Women Awards 2019, is a newcomer to the comedy circuit but has been dubbed a “force of nature” with a natural talent for comedy that “sounds as if she has been doing it all her life.” (Beyond a Joke). A native East Londoner and mother of three, she has made a big impact on the comedy circuit in her short time and has already made her TV debut – on Jonathan Ross’s Comedy Club.
RESIDENT 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.