Time & Location
Wingfield, Vicarage Rd, Wingfield, Diss IP21 5RB, UK
About the Event
Danny Posthill is a comedy Impressionist, and his versatile act caters for all walks of life with unbeatable stand up and a string of impressions, such as Alan Carr, Michael McIntyre, Sarah Millican and President Donald Trump, alongside all the other topical political characters of today. Danny has performed all over the world, working around the Mediterranean and South America, plus taking his ‘Donald Trump act’ far and wide, performing at events from London to Singapore. His Tv Credentials include ‘Pointless Celebrities’, where he appeared alongside fellow impressionists Alistair McGowan, Rory Bremner and Jon Culshaw. He also starred as “Donald Trump” in a spoof rap battle against “Hilary Clinton” for sky news. Finally, not forgetting Danny’s outstanding performance on Britain’s got Talent, during 2015, where he reached the Grand Final. Danny is regular headline act at Comedy clubs across the UK, and has most recently taken his own one man show “That Bloke Who Does Voices” to The Edinburgh Fringe.
“Brilliantly Funny” David Walliams BGT
“Best impressionist doing stand –up I’ve seen, apart from me of course. “Alistair McGowan
“The act was great, you’re funny, you’re good… I like you.” Simon Cowell BGT
Canadian surrealist and master story-teller Tony Law is a three-time Chortle Award winner, Amused Moose Best Show winner and Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee. His extensive TV and radio credits include: Have I Got News For You(BBC One), The Alternative ComedyExperience (Comedy Central), 8 Out Of 10 Cats(Channel 4), Celebrity Mastermind(BBC One), Celebrity Squares(ITV) Never Mind The Buzzcocks(BBC Two), Heading Out(BBC Two), The Culture Show(BBC Two), Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe(BBC Two), Edinburgh Nights(BBC Two), Tony Law’s Surreal Guide To Surreal Comedy(Radio 4 Extra), Loose Endsand Infinite Monkey Cage(Radio 4).
“Takes post-modern stand-up to a dangerously funny new level” – The Guardian ****
‘The King of post-modern nonsense” – Telegraph