Cameron Sinclair Harris and Kitty Messalina v Ros Ballinger and Tony Wright || BCBA S03 E03

The next episode of Broadcast Avalanche will be broadcast live on our Twitch channel on Monday 25th July 2021

This month our show features

Cameron Sinclair Harris

Cameron Sinclair Harris presents a slightly strange, surreal world of theatrical comedy to anyone who will listen. Their material touches on queer identity, childhood memory, pop culture, Satan and the Kaiser Chiefs. There may be intermittent musical numbers, there may be elaborate homemade props, there may even be jokes.

“They have a unique viewpoint, good stage presence, a touch of surrealism and a bit of panache to their delivery.”- Notts Comedy Review

and Kitty Messalina

Kitty Messalina is a comedic triple threat – a queer woman of colour. Her unique perspectives on prejudice, promiscuity and polyamory quickly earned her a nomination as a Finalist for the NCF New Act of the Year Award 2019. Despite being a relative newcomer to the circuit, she has performed with greats such as Rosie Jones and as tour support for Shaparak “Shappi” Khorsandi. Kitty is currently working on her debut solo show, “Is This Thing Turned On?” where she ponders identity politics, problematic crushes and Alexander Hamilton; her WIP performance of this was a sold out success at the Nottingham Comedy Festival 2021.

“Very good and original material. She delivered this with an honesty and vivacity that really drew everyone in. There was a lot of laughter.” Notts Comedy Review

with team captain Kate Mitchell

A rising star of the Midlands comedy circuit, Katie Mitchell’s comedy is alternative yet pervasive. She revels in a mainstream stand-up environment, as well as more specific events like cabaret, burlesque, and music festivals.


Ros Ballinger

Ros Ballinger is a stalwart of the northern scene talking filth, feminism and fury – her first show The Idiot’s Guide to Kink taught audiences all about the weird and wonderful of S&M.

“Candid and intelligent comedy” –

and Tony Wright

Tony Wright is a Manchester based Comic who has burst on to the comedy scene. Performing his first stand up set at aged 15 in his home county of Kent, since his debut Tony has made a huge impression on the circuit, leading to a residency as warm up act for Ramsgate Music Hall’s Edinburgh preview season in June-July 2015 opening for a certain Lou Sanders.

“The next richard ayoade” – Channel 4

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.