Daman Bamrah

Comedian Profile

BBC NEW COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR SEMI-FINALIST 2021
LEICESTER SQUARE THEATRE NEW COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR SEMI-FINALIST 2021
2 NORTHDOWN NEW COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR 2021
MAX TURNER AWARD FINALIST 2020
BLACKOUT AT UP THE CREEK WINNER 2019
SO YOU THINK YOU’RE FUNNY? SEMI-FINALIST 2019
COMEDY VIRGINS SUMMER COMPETITION FINALIST 2019
MONTY’S STAND UP NIGHTS COMPETITION FINALIST 2019

Daman Bamrah is one of the most exciting and unique comic voices to emerge from the London circuit. A British-Sikh performer with energy, raw wit and heart, the in-demand Daman is known for his topical writing, acute observations and imaginative storytelling. His blend of carefully crafted jokes along with his signature charm have already secured him top spots at the country’s leading venues including The Comedy Store, Up The Creek and The Museum of Comedy.

Daman began performing improv and went onto train with the prestigious ‘Second City’ before applying his skills to stand up. Since then he has built up his accolades racing to the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedian of the Year Awards and So You Think You’re Funny?, as well as being a finalist for the Max Turner Award, Monty’s Stand Up Nights, Comedy Virgins Summer Competition and winning Up the Creek’s notorious show, The Blackout.

Daman’s talent is already being recognised by big names in the industry, having supported Ria Lina, Kae Kurd and Mo Gilligan in UK shows, and he can be seen on The Lateish Show with Mo Gilligan (Channel 4), BBC New Comedian of the Year (BBC iplayer) and heard on Russell Kane’s hit podcast Man Baggage.