Romesh Ranganathan - ‘Romesh Ranganathan, a man who has turned misanthropy into a gloriously enjoyable art’ The Evening Standard
Al Murray - The Pub Landlord - 'one of the great joys in comedy to see the Pub Landlord' Dominic Maxwell (The Times)
Spencer Jones - Edinburgh Comedy Award and double BAFTA-nominated professional idiot Spencer Jones
Suzi Ruffell - Ruffell has clearly given the material and her message a great deal of thought, and it shows.
Matt Forde - Matt is one of the country’s most in-demand satirists.
John Thomson - English comedian and actor, best known for his roles in The Fast Show, Men Behaving Badly, Cold Feet and Coronation Street.
Piff the Magic Dragon - The stand out star of NBC’s America's Got Talent and Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Ivan Brackenbury - ‘Binns has his character nailed and he mines the comic seam, ruthlessly to create top-quality entertainment with practically universal appeal’ - Guardian. As seen on BBC's 'Hospital People' and 'Countdown'
Rachel Parris - Bafta-nominated comedian best known for her viral satirical bits on BBC2’s The Mash Report, Live At the Apollo and Mock the Week.
Micky P Kerr - FINALIST IN BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT 2018 "Unlike some acts who are not funny then are funny, you are always funny." Simon Cowell
Tom Binns: The Psychic Comedian - Multi award winning comedian Tom Binns has performed his ‘Psychic’ Character Ian D Montfort to 5 star reviews around The World and in the smash hit British film "Eaten by Lions" He’s entertained and amazed skeptics and believers alike on his own BBC Radio 2 series ‘Ian D Montfort is: Unbelievable’ and his critically acclaimed BBC 1 Friday night series Hospital People .
Maisie Adam - "Adam exudes an appealing, quirky energy, and is clearly a natural wit" - Steve Bennett, Chortle.
Daliso Chaponda - Britain's Got Talent 2017 Finalist
Jarred Christmas - Likeable, intelligent and full of unpredictable energy The Scotsman
Darrell Martin - Darrell is great - genuine, engaging, with great taste in music and a desire to do something 'proper' but relaxed enough to live online' Kate Copstick
It's New Year's Eve 2020... and never have we looked forward to the end of a year so much. At Just the Tonic we are sticking our fingers up at the year and joylfully heading into 2021, with hope and mirth. Join us as we bring a host of comedians to your tele / phone / tablet or whatever. At this point we have a few names confirmed... Romesh Ranganathan, Al Murray, Spencer Jones, Matt Forde (Voice of Spitting Image... bringing us Boris Johnson's Alternative National Address).Loads of others TBC.... It is hosted by Darrell Martin.
We will be counting down to midnight and playing music until at least 1am.
Either just take a punt or come back later and see who we've booked. Do not expect straight stand up! This is all new to everyone. The show itself will be from 8pm, but you can log in around 7.30pm for a specially selected playlist pre show type music type of thing!
20% discount when you purchase 4 tickets at once. Forward them to mates and get the minvolved. Join them on a zoom call and share New Year's Eve.
Up yours 2020... we have had enough!
PS... our previous 7 livestream events have featured people such as Johnny Vegas, Ross Noble, Jason Manford, Jon Richardson, Kerry Godliman, Jonathan Pie, Al Murray and loads of other circuit comics. We know what is funny.. and this will be a hoot!
“Consistently boasting the most interesting line ups in the country”The Times
Booking fees are typically calculated on single standard ticket price, i.e. Tickets cost up to £5 then booking fee = 50p per ticket, £5 upwards = £1 per ticket. This will be added to your total before you confirm payment.