Ivan Baltag may be London comedy's favourite comrade but he is one of those comedians who is inanely watchable and never fails to make the audience laugh,
Christos is one of those acts that you need to see during London Laughs. His style can be best described as performance artistry with a mix of intelligent silliness. Having just opened David Liebe Hart, Christos is primed and ready for this year's inaugural festival.
Sean Creighton has one of those work ethics that is worthy of being recognized. Sean is always constantly working hard whether it's bettering a story by adding a line or tweaking a joke until it's just right.
Justin Gayle is so entertaining his comedy seems almost effortless. He exudes this happy go lucky nature that just welcomes you and makes you want to laugh. His bits are sharp and his persona is top notch.
If we were to use one line to describe Mitch Gladney, it would be: "Dark, filter free, and always hilarious."
Manda Henry has shown great promise in her short time doing comedy. Her material is on point. We feel it's important to show where a comedian starts out, so you truly appreciate where they end up.
Brittany Kwapisz is a free living soul that you can you can feel the realness emanating from. Her observations and stories really resonate with the crowds that she plays for.
Andy Pomaranski is as cuddly a human teddy bear as he is onstage as when he is off. His song parodies are as endearing as they are funny.
Max Reaume's comedy can best be summed up as blunt, energetic, and always entertaining.
Jodie Roach is one of those comedians when you see her for the first time, you realize that she has talent beyond her years. Her material is top notch and she has the makings of a great performer. Catch her in town, while you still can.
Armed with a unique perspective that the London comedy scene desperately needed, Lisse Rob has been blazing her own these last few months. This STFD master class graduate shows that you can be good at more than one form of comedy.
Kaitlin Shuvera's comedic journey has taken her all over Canada. She started doing comedy in the wilds of Prince George B.C. and then moved to Halifax for a stint. After a couple years studying at Humber, she's decided to make London her home. In her time doing comedy, Kaitlin has appeared on CBC's L.O.L. and The Debaters. Her one liners have to be seen to be believed.
Aaron Stephenson has a passion for comedy that is evident when you see him perform. He's gone from an average fan of comedy to a solid performer in the last couple years. You can see him around town hosting Poacher's Arms venerable comedy open mic every Monday night as well as producing The Forest City comedy show every first Saturday of the month over at the London Brewing Co-Op.
Pat Tiffin is just your average comedian with Asperger's. If that wasn't amazing enough, his comedy is a delightful blend of his everyday life with Asperger's blended with the love of one liners that brought him into comedy in the first place.