Although registered blind, Chris chooses to talk only occasionally about his disability as he believes that the audience should be able to relate to as much of his material as possible. Instead his material spans from the real to the ridiculous - whether it be about university shenanigans or the all too depressing world of the giraffe, with the odd tale of embarrassment thrown in for good measure!
Despite being named after a 1970's medical examiner, and playing at the ill-fated Millennium Dome, Quincy has emerged unscathed to be one of the happiest and boldest new acts in the business. Highly sought after as a stand-up, presenter, actor and compere, Quincy hosts his own live chat
show, is a TV warm-up and has presented on BBC1's Xtra.
Faye Treacy is a musical comedian, a graduate of the Brit School of Performing Arts where she claims she is the reason Adele only sings ballads, Faye went on to study trombone at The Royal Academy of Music. A finalist in the Reading Comedy Festival 2014 and a regular on the London Comedy Scene, Faye brings a unique, frank, silly and raw perspective into the world of 'making it' on a near extinct instrument. Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer
Regularly gigging and based in London - Anna has also performed across Canada, The States, Ireland and at The Edinburgh Festival.
Actor, writer, singer, improviser and boxer. At 6'4" Gareth Kane is a man big on physique and big on talent.