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Gavin Webster

Gavin Webster has been on the rise. He’s been on the rise for Eighteen years. After making his modest debut in a pub in Gateshead in February 1993 he’s done about three thousand gigs from Aberdeen to Abu Dhabi, Manchester to Melbourne and Hartlepool to Hong Kong. Famed and respected by his peers for his uncompromising and unusual approach and distinctly original routines, he now boasts a large cult following round the country and particularly on his native Tyneside where he sells out theatres with his one man ninety minute shows. Hard edged routines, quick-fire pastiche pieces, moronic jokes and sardonic songs, his unique style has brought him this kind of praise and attention.

Gavin Webster


Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2)
The Stand-up Show (BBC1)
Does Doug Know (Channel 4)
Take The Mike (ITV)
The Regionnaires (Tyne Tees)
The Eleven O Clock show (Channel 4)
The Comedy Store, Comedy Blue (Paramount/Comedy Central)
The World Stand Up Tour (Channel 9 Australia, Comedy Central USA)
Also, a cameo role in the Johnny Vegas DVD film Who’s Ready For Ice Cream

‘His daftness is little short of surreal genius’ – The Stage

On top of that, radio work too numerous to mention, several broadcast pilots, he provided the writing and was also one of the regular voices in both series of BBC1 TV programme A Walk On The Wild Side with Jason Manford in 2009 and 2010. With a regular humorous column in Newcastle United fanzine The Mag, he plays in all the best comedy clubs in the country including The Comedy Store in Leicester Square London. Gavin has also supported Jack Dee and Phill Jupitus on national tours.


‘Funny, clever and as brilliantly observed as you’ll find’ – The Scotsman

‘Virtuoso and close to the bone stuff’ – Sunday Sun

‘Like a cross between Bill Hicks and Geoff off Byker Grove’ – Ross Noble