SUPPORT: KEVIN DANIEL
COMPÈRE: ADAM BEARDSMORE
SEAN PERCIVAL appears regularly at all the top comedy clubs in the UK. He has ‘headlined’ the Glee Clubs, the Comedy Stores, the Komedias, the Stands, the Last Laugh, Funhouse and the JTTComedy Lofts.
He has performed in comedy tents at the Glastonbury, Reading, Download and Bearded Theory festivals amongst others.
Sean was born and raised in Dudley. When he left school he became a Fabricator/Welder, which meant early mornings, that didn’t fit in with his late night lifestyle!
Sean was part of the comedy zone at the Edinburgh festival. He’s a regular at the TUI sensation resorts comedy cellars and he’s also entertained the troops at numerous Army, Navy and Air Force bases all over the world. He’s recently started to perform his one man show ‘Made in Dudley’ at various venues in the UK.
“He’s not wacky, He’s not surreal, He’s just bloody funny.”
“No holds barred, No punches pulled, No subjects ducked, A masterclass in comedy.”
Birmingham Evening Mail
RICHARD MORTON has been described as “possibly Newcastle’s finest export since the famous brown ale” Richard Morton has nailed the twin talents of musicianship and comedy into one perfectly suited package. The Geordie comedian is a stalwart of the UK comedy circuit with a career spanning over 20 years.
His bounding stage presence, catchy songs and material covering real life situations & quick fire gags has made him a true circuit favourite. Early in his career Morton scooped the prestigious prize as The Time Out Comedian of the Year and was a leading light for The Comedy Store’s Cutting Edge Show.
Along his journey Richard’s career has taken him to support many house hold names including Jack Dee, Phil Jupitus, Lee Evans, Jo Brand and many more. On TV he has appeared on countless shows including Nevermind the Buzzcocks and Jack Dee’s Saturday Night Show. On radio he has featured on BBC Radio 2 & BBC Radio 4.
“A great stand up. Audiences laughed longer and louder at Morton than any other act on the Fringe.”
The Sunday Times
The Daily Express
“His hilarious songs give musical comedy a good name.”