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Adam Morrison is a Kent based comedian from the Isle of Sheppey.

Before taking to the stage Adam spent time within the Royal Navy. He wasn’t a great sailor but, he was an excellent “sailor”. After leaving the Andrew he fluttered from job to job working in scrap yards to delivering newspapers to working I  Sewage treatment to provide for his young family. He is a father to 4 kids who may drive him up the wall but without them he’d be lost.

Adam took the plunge into stand up in January 2012 where he performed at the Cavendish Arms Comedy Virgins night. Armed with only a handful of jokes and he won the comedian of the night and the journey had begun.

2012 to 2017 due to lack of funds and a growing family he only had 50 gigs under his belt. This changed when he went to the Made in Kent comedy competition where he came runner up and won a spot at the Woodvile halls in Gravesend January 2018. This was the night that changed his comedy career.

Since this night he has performed the length and breadth of the country and on mainland Europe, it is no longer a hobby to him but a necessity to his whole existence.

He has performed alongside some of the biggest names of the UK circuit such as

  • Judi Love
  • Ivo Graham
  • Romesh Ranganthan
  • Josie Long
  • Rhys James
  • Rosie Jones


One of Kent’s best up and coming comedians. He regularly performs up and down the country at some of the best clubs around as well as mainland Europe.

Has performed with many Household names such as Romesh Ranganathan, Andrew Maxwell, Stephen K Amos plus many others


“Adam Morrison……was the Headline act for a reason, with his funny stories mixed with his one-liners keeping the audience laughing” Canterbury Times

“very funny” Patrick Monahan

“One to watch” Stephen K Amos

“one of Kents best up and coming comedians” Old Brewery Store Comedy Club Faversham

“Formidable live Stand up” Joke Club

“WOW” Hastings Comedy Festival

‘Our mixed international crowd adored Adam from the moment he stepped on stage and in return, he gave them a barrage of funny, well-aimed lines.’ Mezrab Comedy Club Amsterdam