BITE ME! COMEDY JAM is back June 20 at the Camden Head for a brilliant night of sketch and stand up comedy!!
This is the last BITE ME! until September as we are off shooting our first feature film HEADLOCK SECURITY check out all the updates here @dogskyfilms and www.headlocksecuritythemovie.com ( Check out Victoria Blunt on the website we met her at one of our BITE ME! meet up nights and she is one of the leads :)
FREE TO GET IN! NOT FREE TO GET OUT ;) DONATIONS AT THE DOOR WELCOME. Thanks to all of you we have had such a great year at BITE ME! we would like to give back to our favourite charity Soi Dog foundation! check out the the link here www.soidog.org
Now for the smashing new line up:
UNDER DOGS –NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST
HARRIET KEMSLEY – FUNNYS FUNNY WINNER
SARAH CALLAGHAN – FUNNY WOMEN FINALIST
SEAN BRIGHTMAN – BBC COMEDY AWARDS FINALIST
MAX DICKINS - THE SUNS COMEDY PICKS
SARAH CAMPBELL – FUNNY WOMEN FINALIST
ANGUS DUNICAN – AMUSED MOOSE FINALIST
MAX TURNER NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2013
HACKNEY NEW ACT OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2012
FUNNY WOMEN SEMI FINALIST 2012
LEICESTER SQUARE SEMI FINALIST 2012
“innovative and playful, showing off a solid base of real acting ability”
“A refreshingly intelligent take on comedy, there is simply no doubt the Under Dogs are going places.”
★ ★ ★ ★ Fringe Guru
“snappy back and forth sketches… It’s enough to leave you with your tail wagging”
★ ★ ★ ★Threeweeks
"I’ve just been comically sexually abused with rubber gloves"
★ ★ ★ ★ Twitter Fan
A brilliant stand-up comedian, Max was named as one of The Sun's 2011 Comedy Picks (along with Josh Widdicombe and others) and went on to perform at the prestigious Lunchtime Club stand-up showcase in Edinburgh that summer. Previous alumni include: Tom Rosenthal (Friday Night Dinner), Joe Lycett (BBC1's Epic Win) and many more.
Max was recently on the bill for one of Time Out's "Comedy up Close" gigs at The Charing Cross Theatre. Max has had sketches commissioned on Channel 4 (This Just In) and BBC2 (Dick n Dom), as part of the hotly tipped double-act "Dregs”.
FUNNY’S FUNNY - WINNER 2011
UP THE CREEK ONE TO WATCH - WINNER 2011
BATH NEW ACT OF THE YEAR - WINNER 2012
BRIGHTON NEW ACT OF THE YEAR - WINNER 2012
NEW COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR - FINALIST 2012
LAUGHING HORSE- FINALIST 2012
READING NEW ACT - FINALIST 2011
AS SEEN ON THE BBC3 COMEDY MARATHON
‘Excellent Writing,’ Chortle
‘Harriet Kemsley shone,’ Sternberg Clarke
‘Fresh.Different.Brilliant,’ Funny’s Funny
‘A hilarious combination of bashful and weird,’ Three Weeks
‘A hugely talented rising star of the circuit,’ Time Out
Rhod Gilbert’s Top Ten Comics to See in 2012, Mail on Sunday
Pick of the Top Five Up and Coming Funny Females, The Sun
Funny Women Finalist 2011
Amused Moose Semi Finalist 2011
Laughing Horse Semi Finalist 2011
Leicester Square New Act of The Year Semi Finalist 2011
So You Think You’re Funny? Semi Finalist 2011
Joker of the Year Semi Finalist 2011
Reading Comedy Festival Finalist 2010
Fast paced, fierce, and fresh comedian, Sarah Callaghan started stand up when she was just 18 years old back in June 2010. Now, she has been in the Final and Semi Finals of four of the biggest comedy competitions in London, had improvisational comedy work at the BBC, two shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and more than 200 gigs under her belt. Television
BBC's John Bishop's Britain
BBC's Fast and Loose, presented by Hugh Dennis (Stand in)
BBC's Mock The Week (Stand in)
Christmas Coach Trip - Channel 4
Comedy School Graduate, Camden.
Second City Graduate, Chicago, Illinois.
“Smart, ballsy and funny – Sarah Callaghan really stands out from other new comics” - LondonIsFunny.
“Cleverly her crassness is deliberately at odds with some of her material which is sharp and intelligent” - Edinburgh Report 2011
Sarah Campbell is a writer, actor and stand-up.Sarah has written and appeared in sketches for BBC Comedy Online with her double act Christmas For Two. She also wrote and performed in BBC3’s comedy ident. She scripted and starred in the short comic film The Bride & the Bride which was selected for the BFI’s 25th London Lesbian And Gay Film Festival. Sarah is currently a writer for BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, and has written jokes for Have I Got News For You, ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now, and sketches for Radio 4’s Newsjack.
In 2009 Her work beat over a thousand entries to win BBC7’s topical sketch writing competition “7 on 7”. She has also written and performed for BBC3’s LaughterShock, MTV’s Grooveriderz and Myspace Comedy UK. Sarah’s TV credits include Live At The Electric (BBC3), New Tricks (BBC1), and Sky sitcoms The Spa and Spy in which she played Agent Lisa. She also recently played Mila Kunis’s evil gynecological nurse in the forthcoming movie Jupiter Ascending from Matrix creators The Wachowskis. Stand-up
Finalist Funny Women
“Hugely talented…If you haven’t heard the name Sarah Campbell yet, then log it into the old memory banks, you’ll be hearing from her again” Time Out
“One of the standout stand-ups of the future” British Comedy Guide
“You can’t help but feel genuinely privileged to be in the room with Sarah Campbell…her sharp, conversational style has abundant freshness and charm.” ****The Skinny
Selected for the 2011 BBC Comedy Awards Competition
So You Think You're Funny Semi-finalist 2010
Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Semi-finalist 2010 He has been seen performing and brushing up on his emceeing skills alongside the likes of Robin Ince, Eric's Tales of the Sea, Patrick Monahan, Peter Buckley Hill, Abandoman, Ava Vidal and many many others.
"A very funny man" Stephen K. Amos
"Great potential and a natural MC" Paul Ricketts
"...when you think new act comedy in London, you think Sean Brightman"
"Interesting face of promising newcomer"Monkey Business
AMUSED MOOSE FINALIST 2013
A writer and stand-up comedian who has been in denial about this for the last few years. Graduating from Goldsmiths in 2008, he has since explored performance art/installation, music, street theatre and puppetry – all of which has brought him back to what he does best; pretending to be other people, making up things for other people to say and making other people laugh in crowded rooms above pubs. He hopes to, one day, act in feature films and TV, despite having crooked teeth