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    Comedy @ The Corn Exchange

    Comedy @ The Corn Exchange

    Craig Campbell

    Craig Campbell, star of Michael Mcintyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Russell Howard’s Good News and Dave’s One Night Stand is one of the most charismatic and inventive performers on the circuit. His unique ability to find humour in the mundane, coupled with his own natural eccentricity makes for truly inventive storytelling. Now an internationally acclaimed act, Craig’s whimsical travel anecdotes never fail to surprise.

    He first appeared alongside Tony Law and Dan Antopolski as part of comedy trio The Dinks. Their debut Edinburgh show in 2003 was both a critical and box office success, leading to an invitation to perform in the Best Of Edinburgh program in New York.

    Ali Cook

    Internationally renowned magician, comedian and actor, Ali Cook has been making waves across all three disciplines in recent years. He has written and starred in seven British television series including Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Dirty Tricks and Monkey Magic.His debut Edinburgh show, Pieces of Strange, was in the top two percent of best-reviewed shows according to The British Comedy Guide.

    Ali has recently starred in The Anomaly (, sci-fi thriller The Call Up and the BAFTA-nominated feature Kajaki. Ali has recently completed a sell-out UK tour of Principles and Deceptions, wowing audiences up and down the country, with more dates to be added in 2019.

    Rod Woodward

    Award-winning comedian Rod Woodward is the son of eminent Welsh sports writer Karl Woodward, who was the longest serving journalist for the National newspaper of Wales, The Western Mail. He had planned to follow his Dad and take up a career in the media but, when offered a job as a studio audience warm up man at HTV Wales, took a year out from university to pursue his childhood ambition of becoming a professional comedian. The rest is Geography!

    Soon after, he was being tipped for the comedy premiership by such luminaries as Peter Kay, Barry Cryer and the late Bob Monkhouse after winning the Best Newcomer To Variety Award. Having performed a successful 28 night run at the Edinburgh Fringe  and supported Paddy McGuinness and Russell Brand on tour, he won the BBC 1 Wales comedy competition Funny Business.

    He performed at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas ahead of Joe Calzaghe’s super fight with Bernard Hopkins and to celebrate Cardiff City reaching the FA Cup final, Rod wrote and performed comedy song ‘Do The Ayatollah’ backed by more than 100 Bluebirds fans. Set to the tune of the Macarena, it was a You Tube sensation and was featured on network radio and television shows, including Soccer AM and GMTV. More recently he was invited to host Max Boyce’s 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Wales Millennium Centre and appear on a St. David’s Day television special for BBC Wales.

    The highlight of Rod’s career was being invited to perform at the London Palladium before William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the Royal Variety Performance. His barnstorming performance led to an invite to return to the iconic theatre to appear on ITV’s hit show Tonight At The London Palladium where he once again brought the house down. This was followed by a successful debut solo tour.

    He recently became one of the very few performers ever to be invited back to the Royal Variety Performance, and brought the house down for a second time in the presence of Harry and Meghan.

    Soon after, he was being tipped for the comedy premiership by such luminaries as Peter Kay, Barry Cryer and the late Bob Monkhouse after winning the Best Newcomer To Variety Award. Having performed a successful 28 night run at the Edinburgh Fringe  and supported Paddy McGuinness and Russell Brand on tour, he won the BBC 1 Wales comedy competition Funny Business.

    He performed at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas ahead of Joe Calzaghe’s super fight with Bernard Hopkins and to celebrate Cardiff City reaching the FA Cup final, Rod wrote and performed comedy song ‘Do The Ayatollah’ backed by more than 100 Bluebirds fans. Set to the tune of the Macarena, it was a You Tube sensation and was featured on network radio and television shows, including Soccer AM and GMTV. More recently he was invited to host Max Boyce’s 50th Anniversary Celebration at the Wales Millennium Centre and appear on a St. David’s Day television special for BBC Wales.

    The highlight of Rod’s career was being invited to perform at the London Palladium before William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, on the Royal Variety Performance. His barnstorming performance led to an invite to return to the iconic theatre to appear on ITV’s hit show Tonight At The London Palladium where he once again brought the house down. This was followed by a successful debut solo tour.

    He recently became one of the very few performers ever to be invited back to the Royal Variety Performance, and brought the house down for a second time in the presence of Harry and Meghan.

    Kane Brown

    Kane Brown is a name which has become associated with fearless and bold comedy. He is honest, energetic, quickwitted and hilariously funny. This fast paced comic will leave you breathless with laughter. He is highly regarded by his peers. Being described as ‘the owner of the stage’ (Comedy Store).It all started in 2006, with a short 14 day comedy course as a way to see if he could take his natural comedic personality to the general public. He found it an easy transition from direct salesman to stand up comedian. Dealing with people from all walks of life is his strength, which has allowed him to host or headline at any venue.

    He has performed all over the country in many of the world renowned comedy venues (Comedy Store, Comedy Café, Jongleurs, Highlights, Glee, Catford theatre, Hackney Empire, Sheperds Bush Empire, Shaw Theatre, Indigo o2 to name a few). He once performed just before the infamous Chris Rock at the Comedy Store. In 2010 he also performed a set on MTV base, and has just performed for a Sky channel.

    Travelling abroad has also been a part of his journey. Kane has performed in Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Prague, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Jamaica and Spain. Doing radio shows has also been a part of his range. He has been on Choice FM many times and also on Radio 1.

    To add to this he has interviewed stars from the red carpet for film previews and premieres. From footballers to singers and the actors themselves. Kane always adds a comedy element to anything he does, as this is his natural way of interacting.

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