Tariq Bah


Tariq Bah hails from Kent, fresh from graduating from university last year, he’s an emerging writer and actor​ with a contagious smile and wit.​ He is currently developing his own mini web series, Barry Kent, as well as various sketch comedy characters. Represented by Top Talent Agency

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Dian Cathal


Dian Cathal is an award-winning playwright, actor, and filmmaker, originally from New York and currently based in the U.K. Before relocating, they studied at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Previous works includes their 2020 documentary about Police Benevolent Association cards, Just Courtesy (dir. Jackie Ferro), and their comedy show Trans*Atlantic, performed in 2019 at the SoHo Theater and for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. They can also be seen in Military Wives and the new queer series, They Them Us.

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Samia Hussen


Samia Hussen is a fresh, new stand-up comedian with an observational, anecdotal and blue style of comedy. Her comedy has a conversational tone to it, as does her comedy writing too. She lives in South West London and when she's not stage, she works as a baker! She enjoys being black and bisexual immensely. 

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Sapphire Macintosh


Sapphire Mcintosh hails from Leeds, she is an actor and writer with a popular youtube channel and featuring in Almond Tree Productions "Spoon the Prune" comedy sketch;"Award Winners" . As well as comedy sketches she also makes journalistic work that comments on current affairs …and is a bloody good footballer. 

Amelia Stubberfield


Amelia Stubberfield is a writer and comedian who trained at The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Recent projects include : Crack of Dawn at GIFT festival, Adventures in Time and Gender (podcast series) and development of their new sitcom Bonkers exploring LGBTQ identity and mental health. Am is an alumni of Soho Theatre's Comedy Lab Plus scheme, was listed as "One To Watch" by the Funny Women Awards and has provided LGBTQ consultation for Netflix writersrooms. Their sell out arts council funded solo show Borderline premiered in 2019 at Camden People's Theatre as part of The Sick Of The Fringe. They also perform stand up at various comedy nights across London. They are currently writing a new comedy musical Fandom of The Opera about mega musical fans and are represented by The Queer House agency.