BY 'ECK! We've been delighted with the response to Ken Loach's Star Wars, our gritty northern sci-fi spoof. Directed by the splendid Nick Reed. 130,000 hits on YouTube and 730,000 on Facebook and counting.
And we're reet chuffed to say it WON FIRST PRIZE in the Jury Select category at the much-lauded Short Com 2016.
Watch, enjoy and may t'force be with thee.
Thrilled to say we won Best Screen Sketch 2015 at the fab London SketchFest with our 'Les Chuckle Brothers', directed by the formidable George Kane. Take a peek below. Magnifique!
The short film, 'Jeff and Caroline', starring us two won RUNNER UP in the COMIC SHORT FILM section of the Cofilmic Comedy Festival. It was also selected for the exclusive Encounters Film Festival and was screened at the BFI Future Film Festival 2015. Plaudits to the whole production team, especially that fab fella of a director, Plum Stupple-Harris
'Wipeout' another short film we made, directed by superbod Paul Murphy was awarded, WINNER of BEST SILENT FILM and THE AUDIENCE AWARD at the 2015 Walthamstow International Film Festival, WINNER of AUDIENCE AWARD FOR BEST FILM at the Saltburn Film Festival 2015 and received an HONOURABLE MENTION at the Aarhus Film Festival.
Well done to the whole team, including writer Daisy Martey. It's currently also shortlisted for several other awards.
We perform live funnies on the comedy circuit, you can find out where on our gigs page. We also do comedy acting shizzle on TV and on the West End stage and that.
There are a few more video thingies you can happily see here.
Maybe we’ll see you soon. You’re always especially welcome.
Until then, have yourself a little wander around our site, lovely new pal.
It’ll be a lark.
Greg and Marie
Haiste and Lawrence
Greg Haiste and Marie Lawrence are a boy person and a girl person doing award-winning funny things for to make you a bit happier. Cheer you up if you’re down. Cheer you upper if you’re not. Talk about win-win.
"Great gags" Graham Linehan, creator Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd.
Other fab stuff we get our faces in:
Haiste spent most of 2014 starring in The 39 Steps in London's West End. This year, following a critically acclaimed season at the famous Globe Theatre, he is delighted to be transferring to the West End with their production of 'Nell Gwynn' opening at The Apollo early 2016, starring Gemma Arterton.
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