Barry Ferns has been writing and performing comedy since he was 17 years old. At that tender age won the Glastonbury Festival Comedy competition and reached the semi final of "So you think you're funny".
He was described by Bristol’s “Venue Magazine” as “sickeningly talented” and by Matt Lucas as “One of the best new acts I have ever seen”.
He promptly gave up stand-up for 15 years
(To pursue Sketch Comedy)
As a writer of Sketch Comedy he wrote for BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 4 and for E4. In March 2008 he began Writing, Producing and Directing a series of 12 short comedy films which were completed in September 2011.
He finally started stand-up again in September 2010 (he made a few attempts in 2008 as well, but they lacked conviction). He now runs two successful comedy nights in London, and performs up and down the country every week.
He also has an MA in Creative writing and writes copy for several specialist internet sites.
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