Matt Green - was born andbrought up in Yorkshire, although lost the accent for career reasons. Henow lives in London, also for career reasons.
He has workedextensively as a comedian, actor and writer for more than a decade, performingon screen, on radio and in venues up and down the UK and across the world. Hehas also recently started working as a director for comedy and music videos.
"A set full ofpoise, wit and expertly placed callbacks... Really funny” (The Scotsman)
“classic stand-up expertly delivered” (Broadway Baby)
Athena Kugblenu - is a 2017 nomineefor the 99 Club Female Comedians’ Bursary and a former BBC New Comedy AwardFinalist. She has written for Radio 4's News Quiz, The Now Show and multicultural sketch show Sketchtopia.
In she 2017 sheperformed at the Johannesburg international Comedy Festival and followed thatwith her debut hour, KMT, at the Edinburgh Fringe. Her second celebrated hourwas Follow the Leader, a political show with a personal twist.
She’s supported DalisoChaponda, Nish Kumar and Fern Brady on tour. A regular co-host of The GuiltyFeminist, she also makes appearances on Radio 4 staples such as Comedy Club,Museum of Curiosity, Loose Ends and Will Gompertz's Arts Club.
She is the creator and host of new podcastKeeping Athena Company, interviewing interesting people whilst eating friedplantain. It’s a great excuse for her to eat fried plantain for work.
Ricky Grover - Born and bred inLondon’s East End, Ricky tried his hand as a hairdresser and a boxer beforebecoming an actor/writer/comedian and stalwart of the UK comedy circuit and theEdinburgh Fringe Festival. Illiterate until he was in his early thirties, he isnow a prolific, award-winning writer.
He wrote and starred intwo short films. The theatrically-released PUNCH won him the prestigious SilverBear Award at the Berlin Film Festival; and his Channel 4 film HUNGRY won himBest Actor Award at the Brest Film Festival. He appeared in Guy Ritchie’s movieREVOLVER and in documentary director Clive Gordon’s feature debut CARGO.
“Absolute knockout” (The Guardian)
Most recently he has been seen as Andrew Cottonin Eastenders.