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Brian and Krysstal

(Please note Gareth Richards as ‘flu! He’ll be back next month)

Since meeting at The Edinburgh Festival in 2000 Brian & Krysstal have entertained and delighted all kinds of audiences at comedy clubs, cabaret nights, festivals, corporate and private functions in locations far and wide.

Regular fixtures at The Edinburgh Festival for eight years, the duo have worked all over the UK as well as Germany, South Africa, Gozo, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Australia and of course… Peckham.

Brian is infamously grumpy and deadpan, while his assistant Krysstal is glamorous but ditzy. The combination is unique and very funny. Their timing is exquisite, their humour dry and sometimes bawdy.


Brian & Krysstal's first CD “Silly Songs” was recorded in 2001 and their long awaited second album “Spudcast” is now also available online.

Wherever they go their baggage goes with them, including several instruments (not always musical in their hands). Individually they have many years of experience in the entertainment industry, Brian as a musician and Krysstal as an actress in Australia.

Their unconventional vaudeville-style act is punctuated by silly songs, the odd bit of Spanish dancing LOADS of jokes and LOADS of belly laughs. They also run and compere their own club in central London. PEAR SHAPED COMEDY CLUB offers new (and old) comedians the chance to perform in a warm friendly non-threatening environment.


Award-winning Comedian Quincy, also known as the Cockney Prince is a far cry from the well-known Medical Examiner from that 70's TV Show and is no stranger to the microphone either, as a stand-up comic or radio talk show host.  


Apart from being a regular on the British stand up circuit since 2005, Quincy has performed all over the world including New York, Singapore, Dubai, India and in Europe. He has supported the likes of an early Kevin Heart, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle & other top comics from the USA.

Not satisfied with just being a club comic, in 2010 Quincy decided to take his career to another level by setting up Quincy's Comedy Lounge. 

This also enabled him to share his love of comedy, by showcasing up and coming comedians from the mainstream and the black comedy scene.

From a small audience in a Wine Bar in East London to sold-out Theatre shows across the Central London, Quincy has made his Comedy Lounge stand out as one the top events to attend on the Comedy scene.


Quincy took his talent to radio, with a successful breakfast show on Supreme FM - where he combined the art of stand up and addressing topical issues, in order to continue to build his brand.

The regular radio shows came to an end in 2014, but he still makes guest appearances on the station from time to time.




Michael Fabbri has been a stand up since 2003 and regularly performs at major comedy clubs throughout the UK and all over the world.

He has worked as a writer for Radio and TV and recently had his own stand up series: 'Dyslexicon' on BBC radio 4. He has done several solo shows at the Edinburgh fringe festival and worked as a support act for Micky Flanagan, Lucy Porter, and Stephen K Amos.

He has an affable and electric style of comedy, with material that ranges from the cerebral to the smutty.



Michael regularly performs for all of the major clubs and promoters on the UK circuit, including:

The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, Komedia, Glee Clubs, The Stand, Up The Creek, 99 Club, Funny Side of Covent Garden, Off The Kerb, CKP, Just The Tonic, GSOH and Mirth Control.  He also performs at many universities across the UK.

Michael supported Lucy Porter on her national Love In tour in 2008 and supported Micky Flanagan in 2011 at a selection of dates on The Out Out Tour. He also travelled to Amsterdam to take part in the Toomler Festival with Keith Farnan.

Not only popular in the UK, Michael has also performed in Singapore, Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi.

Press for Buffering (Edinburgh 2013)

"Fabbri's distinctively off-kilter views and easy shifting of gears between bewilderment and acute perception is effective. An entertaining hour" Chortle 


Press for Fabbrication (Edinburgh 2010)

“He is an amiable and engaging storyteller and his tales from various points in his life are liberally peppered with excellent punchlines.” The List ★★★★

“Offbeat delivery and evocative, quirky characterisations.” Fest 


Press for Michael Fabbri (Edinburgh 2009)

"A strong, very smoothly delivered set, destined for a bigger stage."  The List ★★★★

"Fabbri delivers the material perfectly. The material is tight and consistently funny, a perfect way to round off a day at the Fringe." Allthefestivals ★★★★

"This year Fabbri has constructed a decent, well-thought out set packed full of ideas and intelligent thoughts. Fabbri has a natural comic timing, good things lie ahead." Fest

"Inventive, off-kilter routines." Chortle 

"It's reminiscent of Simon Munnery, and though not as daring as he, there is a sense of warmth and reliability about Michael Fabbri that suggest he cares a lot more about comedy and crucially, consistency." Edinburgh Fest Magazine


Other Press

"An absolutely superb circuit headliner." London Is Funny's Ten Comics To Look Out For

“Exceptionally funny, extremely sharp, hugely enjoyable.” The Scotsman

“Startlingly insightful.” The Guardian

“Hilarious, Clever, sick and completely unrepeatable.” BBC Online

“One of the best up-and-coming acts around.” Chortle 

“Intelligence in spades, consummate idiot savant.” The List

your host, JOHN MANN

Ex Stortford, now PAKEFIELD resident and Braughing regular returns...

John Mann - comic / writer / presenter / warm up artist



Sharp observation and wry wit mingled effortlessly with a gentle and confident rapport ensure this comic is unfailingly funny. Whether he is discussing the senile antics of senior citizens or giving handy hints to aid successful shoplifting, John's gentle and honest delivery makes him one of the most enjoyable comedians on the circuit today.

John is as at home with an audience of students as he is with a corporate dinner and frequently appears in most of the uk's leading comedy clubs. 

John is a regular and longstanding Jongleurs act (compere and headliner) and has worked all over the world.

He also has a very popular fortnightly column in the Herts and Essex Observer and has monthly residencies at The Rhodes Arts Complex in Bishop's Stortford,The Square in Harlow and High Barn in Great Bardfield.


Stand-up comedy tours

Phill Jupitus - tour support

Lenny Henry - tour support



"Complete genius. . . . Brilliant observations" Johnny Vaughan The Big Breakfast

"A fantastic compere . . . the night is his" Steve Lamacq - NME

"The man is quite simply very very funny" Nihal Arthanayake - Radio One

"Distinctly amusing, engaging and talented" Malcolm Hay - Time Out

"One of the funniest people I know" Phill Jupitus


TV credits - Comedy  

The Stand up show                 (BBC1 )                                   Good Stuff                 (ITV)

Comedy Store                         (Channel 5)                             Dosh                            (Channel 4)

The Big Breakfast                   (Channel 4)                             Jongleurs LIVE           (3 Mobile)

Live at Jongleurs                     (ITV/UK Gold)                       The Warehouse           (YTV)

The 11 O'clock show              (Channel 4)                             Dial Midnight             (ITV)


Radio credits - Comedy

Comedy Network                   (Radio 4)                                 Bob Mills Show          (GLR)

Four at the Store                     (Radio 4)                                 Mark Lamarr               (GLR)

Weekending                            (Radio 4)                                 Phill Jupitus                 (GLR)



The Big Breakfast                                                    Harry Enfields Brand Spanking New Show

The Sunday Show                                                     Up late with . . . . Gina Yashere

Up late with . . . . . Mel and Sue                                 Jedi Steady Go . . Phill Jupitus

Run The Risk



Blankety Blank                                                           Dark Ages

The Lily Savage show                                                 Satellite City

Father Ted                                                                Ant and Decs Xmas Special

Clive Anderson's all talk