Alex Smith & Adam Hess & Matt Winning - Work in Progress

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Alex Smith - Alex's trademark mix of laser sharp stand-up observations and cleverly crafted comedy songs have helped him rapidly emerge as one the most exciting new acts on the circuit. In just two years he has appeared on BBC Radio 2's New Comedy Awards and secured two guest slots on BBC3's prestigious new talent showcase, Live At The Electric hosted by Russell Kane. He was runner up in The Amused Moose 2013 Laugh Off competition and he will be making his Edinburgh Fringe debut in 2014. Adam Hess - Adam (winner of Chortle Student Comedy Award 2011) is well-known for his surreal one-liners and prolific writing talents, having written for TV regulars such as Sean Walsh and Chris Ramsey. Adam has also become widely known for his unique brand of comedy on Twitter and in the last two years has accrued tens of thousands of followers from the jokes he posts there alone. The BBC even filmed a selection of his tweets as sketches starring him as one of their 'Feed My Funny' videos. Matt Winning - Winner of the Hilarity Bites New Act of the Year 2011, Matt Winning is one of the most exciting, unique and imaginative new stand-up and character comedians in the UK. The Scottish comic's eccentric and idiosyncratic act is a whirlwind of ideas, combining an original approach to one-liners, acute observations and shouting loudly. Matt was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards 2012. He was also finalist in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards in 2010 as himself and again in 2011 as the character Steph E Graph. Matt is a co-creator of the Bearpit Podcast Podcast which is a "Cultish" ( The Independent) character-improv show with a monthly residency at the Invisible Dot in London. He has appeared on BBC3 Comedy Marathon, Hardeep at the Stand (BBC Scotland) and regularly performs on live shows for The Stand, CKP, Hilarity Bites and Avalon's Comedy Network as well as performing sketches and characters at cult evening The Stockholm Syndrome in Glasgow.

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