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Greg Cook

Greg Cook’s deadpan style and mastery of the spoken word led John Plowman, head of BBC Comedy to describe him as ‘Les Dawson for the 21st century’. A prolific writer of comedy, he has several hours of tested material to draw on, making him a safe bet, whatever your audience.

Greg is a regular headliner on the club circuit, including; The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, The Glee, The Stand, Rawhide, The Roundhouse, Lee Hurst's Backyard and many more at home and as far afield as Dubai.

Since moving into the mainstream Greg has become a firm favourite with Round Tablers, Chambers of Commerce and all manner of sporting clubs. Greg’s corporate clients include Marks and Spencer and Audi among others.

PREVIOUS CLIENTS AND VENUES

• Tv & Radio Appearances:
• Take The Mike (Heat And Semi-Final)
• Tourists From Hell – ITV1
• New Comedy Awards (Semi-Final And Final) BBC3
• Wudja Cudja SKY1
• How Things Work - Discovery Channel
• BBC Radio Lancashire
• BBC Radio Merseyside
• BBC GMR
• Revolution FM
• Regular Club Appearances:
• The Comedy Store
• Jongleurs
• The Glee
• Rawhide
• The Roundhouse
• Lee Hurst's Backyard

TESTIMONIALS

“I am glad you enjoyed yourself and I can honestly say it was a pleasure to have you at our event. I have heard nothing but good reports about your performance and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The fact you and David stayed around at the end to talk to our guests also added tremendously to the evening and we are very grateful to you for this. As mentioned, we will ensure a suitable entry is made on the Round Table website and in its magazine and hopefully you will get many more bookings out of this. Thanks once again for your time and effort.”
- Mark Bullen, 70th Charter Night

"Cook was unafraid to launch into bang-up-to-date topical material, with gags hewn from the previous days' headlines… any comic who can coin the phrase 'back-scuttling the baroness' has to have a future."
- Chortle Review Of Citylife Final

"..showing plenty of signs of future stardom..a heady mix of surreal brainstorms, painful puns and, a real novelty - straightforward pub-style gags that he penned himself..a hugely prolific writer..always delivers something new..often every element of his routine.. his silly logic and deliberately baffling theses won him many fans, and rightly so."
- Chortle Review Of Leicester Mercury Final

"Greg Cook was a dead-cert from the moment he opened his mouth - his scary appearance shielding a delightful deadpan comedy routine which saw much of the audience falling off their chairs. Relentless gags, brilliant delivery. A worthy finalist."
- Manchester Evening News Review Of Citylife Heat

"...hugely funny... his fearsome physicality contrasts with his rapier-sharp intellect... the new Les Dawson."
- Metro