Starring MC Matt Reed, Jeff Innocent and Fin Taylor.
Big Mouth favourite Matt Reed is leading proceedings again for the second of our Christmas Specials and it’s gonna be a cracker….
Multi award winning comedian Jeff Innocent has reached legendary status among his peers and audiences alike by staying at the top of his game for over 20 years.
His unique appeal lies in the contrast between his east end ‘geezer’ appearance and demeanour, and his educated, philosophical delivery and culturally relevant subject matter.
Always original, he continues to cement his position within the history of British stand up comedians with his regular performances on the UK and world live comedy circuit and has recently acquired a whole new generation of fans, through his online viral video clips.
As well as his stand up comedy Jeff has also been able to pursue a modest acting and writing career, including several TV and movie performances and contributing to various publications and websites on a range of subjects.
He still lives in London’s east end and his passion for performing and teaching stand up comedy remains undiminished with age and he recently won British Comedian of the Year 2021.
‘It should be made law that every British citizen go and see Jeff Innocent.’ Evening Standard
Fin Taylor has made a name for himself as one of the most talked about comedians working in the UK.
His last three Edinburgh shows Whitey McWhiteface, Lefty Tighty Righty Loosey and When Harassy Met Sally were 5 star sell-out runs, and cemented his reputation as a fiercely funny and uncompromising social commentator.
He went on to appear on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle and Live From the Comedy Store as well as making his own series for the Channel Fin Taylor plays Bullshit Bingo.
Most recently Fin has guested on the most revered comedy entertainment shows in the UK, including Have I got News for You (BBC) and 8 out of 10 Cats (E4).
He has also starred as a correspondent in the last two series of The Mash Report (BBC) and in 2018 Fin made his debut on Live At the Apollo (BBC) to great critical acclaim.
‘Gleefuly provocative and packed with big, hard laughs.’ The Guardian
Line-ups subject to change. Not for the easily offended.