Tor Leisure Centre, Glastonbury, £10 – Doors 7.30pm, Comedy starts at 8pm.
Already an established comedian in his home country Canada, Mike Wilmot started working in the UK as a stand-up comedian in 1995. Over 23 years he has built up a reputation as one of the unsung heroes of the UK comedy scene achieving rave reviews throughout the country for his unique stand-up. His TV work includes Live at The Apollo (BBC1) and several appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC2) among many others.
“The highlight was Mike Wilmot, a fast talking stand-up whose close-to-the-bone repertoire leaves the audience in a state of hilarity that most comedians can only dream of” – The Sunday Times
Jake Lambert fell into a career as a stand up, after gaining a following on Twitter under the pseudonym @LittleLostLad he decided to put down his iPhone and pick up a microphone. It has proven to be a great choice with him making it to the final of the Amused Moose Final 2016, semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Award 2015, Magners New Comedian of the Year 2015, English Comedian of the Year 2015 and the Leicester Mercury New Act of the Year 2015.
Jake can now be seen performing his combination of one-liners, short stories and strange thoughts in comedy clubs, universities and theatres across the UK. “Brilliant One-Liners” – Chortle
Richard Massara was the winner of two regional comedy awards in 2012 and has been living the high life on the fame, fortune and groupies that those types of accolades bring. Sharp, witty and possessing a charmingly dirty mind, Richard has been making audiences laugh across the UK as well as filling the all important ‘white middle class man’ quota that is so under-represented in comedy today. He is also an expert at standing still and smiling which has seen him grace your TV screens in many a truly embarrassing television commercial. He is also a podcast host and producer, working with Gary Delaney on the Panelbeaters podcast and resident host of the 2000 Trees festival comedy tent. “A good writer and a genuine natural.” – The Stand
Now pretty much a staple at Travestees, the inimitable Troy Hawke is back as MC. Homeschooled by an overly nostalgic mother, Troy confronts the 21st century as if waking from a 1930′s time capsule with insightful and hilarious consequences. Alongside TV appearances on Blue Go Mad in Ibiza (ITV2), Live at the Electric (BBC Three) and Benidorm (ITV1), Milo McCabe (Troy’s creator) is an established character comedian with several successful Edinburgh runs under his belt, twice nominated for Best Show at The Amused Moose Laughter awards and listed as one of GQ magazine’s Top 10 shows of the Fringe.
“Consummately entertaining and enviably talented.” – Broadway Baby
Also featuring a short spot from comedy newcomer Heather Bryson-Banks
The Somerset mum goes about ruining her reputation with saucy stories and rude poems.