Comedy Legends Descend Upon Livestock

  • July 17, 2015


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We’re delighted to have a host of fantastic comics at Livestock on the infamous BlundaBus as it makes its way to the Edinburgh Fringe.


Phil Kay

To be at one of Phil’s shows and expect stand-up would be a big mistake, anything can happen and invariably does! Phil’s comedy is a unique blend of energy, improvisation and leaps of imagination that take his audience on a joyride they’ll never forget. Even Phil has no idea what might happen when he unleashes his crazy brand of improvised comedy mayhem.

Phil launched his stand-up comedy career with a bang in 1989, quickly garnering a host of awards, nominations and glowing reviews. Since then, the plaudits have never stopped as he conquered first the live stage and then television, with appearances on such shows as Phil Kay Feels, (Ch 4), Next Stop Phil Kay (Ch 4), Edinburgh Nights (BBC1), Montreal Festival of Fun (Ch 5) and plenty more besides. Phil tours Britain constantly and is a firm favourite at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, where he performs yearly to sell-out crowds and critical acclaim. Phil has worked as a warm-up man on television shows including: Russell Howard’s Good News, Jonathan Ross, Channel 4’s Viva Cabaret, The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer and been a panelist on QI.


Bobby Mair

Bobby Mair is a dark, honest and loud stand up comic. He’s toured Europe, Canada and South Africa. He just starred in his own webseries for Comedy Central UK called The Bobby Mair Show.

On television in the UK he can boast appearences on BBC2’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Ch4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats, BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Sweat The Small Stuff, E4’s Virtually Famous, Comedy Central’s Live at The Comedy Store and KSI’s Demolished.

In Canada, he’s been on Comedy NOW, Just For Laughs: All Access, The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos, and won $10 000 in Stand Up and Bite Me, a competition on Bite TV.


Patrick Monahan

Patrick Monahan is an Irish-Iranian stand-up comedian best known for performing ten times at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, including five solo shows. He appeared in ITV’s diving series, Splash, last year and won the television competition series  Show Me the Funny in 2011.  Monahan’s humour relies heavily on audience interaction and an animated story-telling style that draws on his own experiences.

Monahan also holds the World Record for “Longest Hug” at an incredible time of 25 hours and 25 minutes alongside Blundabus creator Bob Slayer. They set this record at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013.

And last but not least…


Bob Slayer

Bob Slayer is a Rock & Roll tour manager turned Award Winning Comedian and storyteller.

“Infamous for antics wilder than the acts he has looked after (Snoop Dogg, Electric Eel Shock, Bloodhound Gang etc)” NME.

He has appeared at Edinburgh Fringe every year since 2008 and twice been nominated for the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality. He has performed in Comedy Clubs, Festivals, Breweries etc all over the world.

Bob Slayer is the founder and trickster behind Heroes of Fringe the Comedy Collective which promotes pop-up venues at Edinburgh Fringe, Leicester Comedy Festival and around the UK. Championing a new approach to the business of Comedy and Fringe Festivals.





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