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"sheer brilliance" - Metro
"Infectious delivery and laconic Cockney humour keep the audience well hooked" - The Stage
Keith Dover had been in the comedy game for only six months when he won the coveted Hackney Empire New Act of the Year. Since then he's gone on to become a regular at Jongleurs, as well as headlining at comedy clubs and universities around the UK. He appeared on Alan Davies' Urban Trauma UK tour which was also featured in the BBC documentary, Stand Up With Alan Davies and he has worked alongside Lily Savage and Patti Boulaye.
Keith's highly acclaimed Edinburgh show The Ustinov Files was described by one critic as "hitting peaks of sheer brilliance", while The Stage commented that "Dover's awesome research is tempered by infectious delivery and laconic Cockney humour that keep things firmly grounded and the audience well hooked". Rory Bremner proclaimed The Ustinov Files "Absolutely brilliant - not a word wasted".
Keith has written and performed for Radio Five Live's You Cannot Be Serious, has been a regular contributor to Simon Fanshawe's News Trash (on Talk Radio) and appeared on Radio One's Loose Talk and Gloria Hunniford & Friends (alongside Brian Conley). He was a contributor on Radio 4's Today programme with a follow-up on BBC LDN later in the day.
As a warm-up he's worked with Harry Enfield, Jo Brand and Jerry Sadowitz.
"Britain's best kept comedy secret" The London Evening Standard
"A definite hidden gem in the Fringe's crown" Triple F Magazine
"Keith Dover, who's been around for a long while without getting a lot of recognition, dishes out an honest, hard-edged set. What separates him from other equally accomplished comics is the impression that there are things he really wants to talk about on stage" - Malcolm Hay - Time Out
"Catch Keith now before Alan Davies or head-locking housewives catapult him to stardom" - The Source - The Sun
"One of the finest comedians ever to come out of East London" - Alan Davies, Urban Trauma Tour
"Absolutely brilliant - not a word wasted" - Rory Bremner (The Ustinov Files)
"Hitting peaks of sheer brilliance" - Paul Whitelaw - Metro