Welcome to the radio sketch show that wrings out the guff into a pail before getting on with the lino.
One of today's busiest writer/performers, Robin co-starred with Ricky Gervais in last year's sell-out Edinburgh show, Rubbernecker and has recently appeared in The Office, The 11 O'Clock Show (as John Peel) and Radio 4's Four at the Store. Robin's writing credits including The Alistair McGowan Show and Very Graham Norton. "The only funny things to come out of The 11 O'Clock Show were Ali G and that bloke who did John Peel" (Time Out)
Everybody loves Helen, and her monologues are showstoppers wherever The In Crowd appear, especially their home venue - the Comedy Store Manchester. Still innocent, she's already been seen in Phoenix Nights alongside Peter Kay, and fulfilled one of her ambitions: to be in Coronation Street!
Recently seen in C4's prison series Buried and writing for his own new Radio 4 series with Martin Coogan later this year, Smug's appearances include a successful solo show at Edinburgh as well as Phoenix Nights, Cutting it, Clocking Off, Cold Feet and the film 24 Hour Party People.
Statuesque sex goddess and queen of characterisation, Kate is the possessor of the deepest throat on radio! Already known for her distinctive stand-up, she prowls the stage like a hungry panther and can reduce the hardest heckler to a lump of mincemeat with a flash of her eyes - if her tongue hasn't got there first.