Clive Webb

Born in Sunderland, Clive started his show business career as a drummer in a pop group. After a year had passed and a serious lack of bookings – and food – Clive answered an advert for a drummer in the Famous Robert Bros Circus where he stayed for seven years ending up as head clown. After leaving the Circus he auditioned for Opportunity Knocks. He came second but was fortunately seen by Michael Hurl, a well-known TV producer. There followed many TV guest appearances including: Seaside Special, Game for a Laugh, Make Me Laugh, Crackerjack, The Sooty Show, Ronnie Corbett’s Thursday Special and the famous Junior Royal Command Performance at the London Palladium. He was also resident on Razzamatazz, How Dare You, Rolf on Saturday (with Rolf Harris) and spent 3 years on Tiswas, all of which were long running series. In 1988 Clive reached another pinnacle of his career – he became British Magical Champion – the first time a comedy magician has ever won this prestigious award. Clive and Danny are, in fact, father and son, so the fact that Danny was almost born in a dressing room enabled him to start his show business career early. 

Danny Adams

Danny’s TV appearances include GMTV’s Mole in a Hole (series of 26), Stars in Their Dressing Rooms, Angus Deaton’s It Shouldn’t Happen to a TV Presenter The Tweenies. Danny enjoyed great success at the Grand Theatre, Blackpool, with Cannon and Ball in the summer spectacular Comedy Bonanza in 2002. Over the past years they have toured extensively in various different venues from Holiday Parks for Butlins/Haven, to Theatre and Cabaret Venues the length and breadth of the country and in 2001 starred in Zippo’s Circus, the UK’s largest circus. More recently they have toured all over the UK and Europe with their own Circus Hilarious and spent five years in the summer season spectacular in Great Yarmouth at the Famous Hippodrome Circus. During 2008, Danny performed the very dangerous Houdini’s Milk Churn Escape and is currently trying to perfect the Human Cannonball as his alter ego Captain Splat.  They are proud to have been jointly awarded the CFA Best Comedy Act 2007 and Danny was also runner up in the Journal Culture Awards for Performance of the Year 2008.

1988 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Clive only)
Civic Theatre Halifax

1998 Jack & The Beanstalk (Charles Vance Productions)

Wyvern Theatre, Swindon

1999 Jack & The Beanstalk

Wolverhampton Grand

2001 Aladdin (Qdos)

Grand Opera House Belfast

2002 Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Qdos)

Grand Theatre Swansea

2003 Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Qdos)

Darlington Civic

2004 Cinderella (Qdos)

Regent Theatre Stoke on Trent

2005 Cinderella (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Nottingham

2006 Jack and the Beanstalk (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2007 Aladdin (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2008 Robinson Crusoe (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2009 Cinderella (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2010 Robin Hood (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2011 Sleeping Beauty (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2012 Aladdin (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2013 Jack and the Beanstalk (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2014 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2015 Dick Whittington (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2016 Cinderella (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2017 Peter Pan (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2018 Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2019 Beauty and the Beast (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle

2020 Humpty Dumpty (Qdos)

Theatre Royal Newcastle