Laura Monmoth and Richard Stott v Allie Mackintosh and Edy Hurst || Blizzard Comedy’s Broadcast Avalanche, Series 2, Episode 7

We are back on stage, but we’ll be continuing with Blizzard Comedy’s Broadcast Avalanche anyway because we’ve really come to enjoy doing it over the past 18 months!

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This month our show features:

Allie Mackintosh

Sheffield’s fourth best transgender comedian, by process of elimination.

and Edy Hurst

Edy hurst is a charming oddball full to the brim with ideas and joy. Bringing a guitar, loop pedal, and his best smile, he’s been bringing a skewed musical slant to comedy nights across the UK since beginning comedy in 2013.

with team captain Thom Bee

Thom is a Manchester-based comedian who began performing comedy in Berlin, Germany in 2015. Trained as a circus performer, and working on the UK circus festival circuit as a compere before transitioning to comedy, Thom has a wide-ranging, approachable and likable style.

“A standup fool, rising like a mighty, hungry dragon on Manchester’s comedy scene.” – Flim Nite, Manchester


Richard Stott

Actor, voice-over artist and comedian, Richard Stott performed his debut solo show, Right Hand Man, at Edinburgh Fringe in 2019 and was listed in Dave’s Top 10 Funniest Jokes. The show has since appeared on NextUp and comedy fringes and festivals around the country.

“Unexpectedly inspiring and unquestionably funny” – Evening Standard

and Laura Monmoth

Best Show Winner – Morecambe Comedy Festival.
Best New Show Nominee – Leicester Comedy Festival.
Breaking Talent Award-winner – 2018 Birmingham Comedy Festival.

with team captain Khalid Winter

Khalid Winter is a comedian who can be seen performing at some of the top comedy clubs around the UK . After growing up in Manchester he moved to London to study Archaeology, later becoming a professional archaeologist. His comedy draws on his experiences growing up on a council estate in South Manchester, having a mixed-race family, being unemployed as well as his later experiences studying and working as an archaeologist. His comedy contains thoughtful social commentary but always from a personal perspective.

“Winter’s strength is in his eye for a good line. Beautifully written with just the right mix of accuracy, understatement and humour.” Notts Comedy Review

Hosted once again by our founder Jonny Collins

Jonny Collins is an aggressively inclusive Non-Binary comedian, Jonny pulls no punches yet makes everyone feel welcome and represented in their thought provoking, and well constructed deconstructions of gender, sexuality and politics. With radical leftist ideals and a fast and furious delivery style, Jonny Collins is a favourite of socialist, anarchists, feminists (of the trans inclusive variety), and queer activists alike.

“Jonny is a force of nature on stage. A whirlwind of hilarity with a unique viewpoint, they energy and passion personified.” – XS Malarkey

“Jonny Collins is deceptively rapid-fire, with a gag rate that would shame most one-line merchants. They can bring a simmer to a boil with ease, and make a huge mess of your kitchen.” – James Ross (Quantum Leopard)

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