Born 30th January 1987
Based in Birmingham
Phil Pagett has been steadily making a name for himself as one of the most promising new acts on the circuit since he began gigging in November 2009.
Inspired by his heroes Emo Philips, Milton Jones and Gary Delaney, Phil has developed a set comprised solely of killer one-liners, ranging from the absurd to the deliciously twisted. His ability to craft and deliver a gag will make him a popular addition to any comedy night.
Phil has performed for Glee Club Nottingham, Off the Kerb, Kill for a Seat, Frog and Bucket, XS Malarkey, Laugh Inn Chester, Comedy Junction, Oi Oi Comedy and Funhouse among many others.
Funhouse Comedy “Should I Stay Or Should I Go” Champion of Champions 2010 – WINNER
West Midlands Comedy Forum Best Newcomer 2010 – WINNER
“One of the country’s best new gag writers.” – Gary Delaney
“There’s some very strong writing going on here, and Phil’s performance is accelerating to match it.” – Silky, Kill for a Seat.
“Fantastic one-liners – One To Watch” – Nottingham Comedy Festival
“We were very, very impressed when we first saw Phil, he’s a natural stand-up whose dedication to the one-liner pays off by the bucket load” – Abbcom Comedy Club
22nd March Sheffield Last Laugh
24th March Chester Alexanders
29th March Sutton Coldfield Junction
31st March Woodford Buzz
5th April Stratford On Avon
6th April Bollington Buzz
21st April Coventry Showcase Cinema
26th April Bangor Ty Golchi
28th April Hull Buzz
29th April Kirton Lindsey Funhouse
3rd May Liverpool Baby Blue