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Episode 4 - John Fleming - Malcolm Hardee Awards by haydencohen on SoundCloud

John Fleming juggles responsibility for the three Malcolm Hardee Comedy Awards at the Edinburgh Fringe


Nathan Cassidy: Back to the Future at Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin Malcolm Hardee Award nominee and Best Show Winner at the Buxton Fringe 2014. After a space-time-continuum-changing encounter with Doctor Emmett Brown, Nathan realises there is only one thing that has changed over the last 30 years. It isn’t flying cars. And it’s about to ruin all of our lives. - See more at:

Comedy (2013) Comedy presented by the leading fans of Bob 'The Tray' Blackman. Additional material by Albert Shakeshaft. Winner Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality. "...gloriously funny... 5/5" (Three Weeks) "It's great fun" (Kate Copstick, The Scotsman)

Comedy (2014) Malcolm Hardee Award Nominee Nathan has a date of death. "Cassidy is a great comedian and if he isn’t the Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner for 2013 he’ll have you down the bookies for next year" (Broadway Baby). This year, in his most personal stand-up show to date, Nathan’s giving away everything, whilst dancing to the hits of Phil Collins!- See more at:

Comedy (2013) Join the "gloriously entertaining" (Chortle) Malcolm Hardee nominee's £10,000 bet on winning the Edinburgh Comedy Award. Free £1 bet and £100,000 prize every night! Can the lifelong gambler win money for everyone? "Great jokes with an easy, confident manner. Cassidy seems to have a real commitment to making intelligent shows about fun ideas."(FringeGuru 2012)

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C is for Charlie Chuck. ”Donkey! Woof! Bark! Donkey!” are phrases synonymous with Charlie, or Cc as we can refer to him here. Spotted by Malcolm Hardee in the late 80s, Charlie has wowed audiences with his catchphrases ever since, becoming almost world famous for his roll on The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer on the telly box, where he would shout things like “Booze for t’baby!”. He still regularly performs so do go see him if you can. Alternatively for C, we could h