MARK CRAM is quite the all-rounder; with both a killer set and strong MCing chops. For the last few years Mark has been plying his comedy trade across the UK. Constantly evolving, usually unpredictable; he is garnering positive reactions everywhere he goes.
During this time Mark has shared the bill with the likes of Gary Delaney, Shazia Mirza, Nick Helm & Isy Suttie. In 2010 he was one quarter of the Edinburgh Fringe Show 'No Free Lunch' and returned in 2011 with the show 'Journey to the Centre of Somewhere.' 2014 sees him working on his first solo hour 'Cramnesia' for a short run in Edinburgh and at various small fringe festivals.
A gay comedian who bucks the trend by being about as camp as a Die Hard boxset, Mark thrills crowds with his tales of dead-end jobs, his family, being the less than grateful winner of Bedford Comedian of the Year (although we're quite proud of his win) as well as his sexuality.
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Below are just some of the quotes and accolades Mark Cram has been awarded recently
You Must be Joking: Newbury New Act of The Year 2013 Finalist
Last Minute Comedian of the Year 2013 Finalist
Bedford New Comedian of the Year 2013
'Act that we rate' on the homepage of Comedy CV from June to December 2012
'Mark Cram's act was a masterclass in comedy design; his story of sibling rivalry with his high-achieving military brother had an unexpected revelation dropped in halfway through, and wrapped up its threads beautifully by the end. Almost certainly pared down for the competition from a longer act, he left me wanting to know more about him and his family.' Newbury Weekly News
'Mark's blokey style went down well as he told anecdotes about his family. His observations about his sexuality got a good response too, as he referred to himself as "heterosexually challenged" rather than "gay".' West Sussex County Times
'A deliciously naughty night's entertainment which included an extremely popular performance from MK's own Mark Cram, with an equally colourful background.' Milton Keynes Citizen
'It's rare to see a comedian really grab an audience by the balls and take them on the ride with them, but that's what you get with Mark. From the second he steps on stage you notice him. He's everything that a TV comic would love to be; clever, fearless, constantly improving and in less than a year of gigging, he has left a massive stamp on the circuit, which gets bigger with every gig' Just For Laughs
'Brilliant writing. Very funny. The crowd loved him' Paul James - Clown's Pocket Neath
'You get better every time I see you!' Paul B Edwards - Last Minute Comedy
'Great opening gag, simple, effective, good stage persona and high on confidence, some nice ideas and a couple of excellent call backs, has huge potential' Geoff Whiting - Mirth Control
'Absolutely Smashed it!' - Relentless Boardmasters
'Engaging, funny and a born natural, Mark stole the show and took control from the get go of his set, a sure fire bet when it comes to a quality stand up act.' Oliver Tully - Grinstock Comedy Club
'His routine is very well-crafted from beginning to end with a narrative thread worked throughout, and I felt like I was watching a fully conceived comedy show which would not be out of place at a top festival. Mark is also able to summon a lot of passion and ranty-anger which benefits various sections of his act. I was thoroughly impressed and riveted with what I saw of Mark this evening.' Juice Comedy
'If you have not booked him you need to. First time in a long time I've seen an act and thought it was something completely different to everything else on the circuit. Always cracks me up and always pleases the audience.' Dryspot Comedy
'Great Act' Cheeky Monkey Comedy