Comedians need to be looked after. Even with the support of a producer, or manager, it is a lonely job and success is entirely down to the performer. After all, they alone hold the attention of the audience. Of necessity most comedians turn up at gigs on their own. They convey their requirements to the in-house technicians and hope they have been understood. If they are lucky, the technicians will get it right and the show will run smoothly. Other times, cues will be wrong and the comic feels dissatisfied, even if the gig has gone down a storm.  We want every comic to have a good, consistent touring experience so we’ve developed The Tour Book ©


For producers of larger shows Macrocosmic will production manage the entire run. Once the venues have been booked we will handle all logistics, from sending out the tech specs, booking travel and accommodation, to accompanying your act to the gig, calling the show and finding food afterwards. We will cosset the act from waking up to going to bed, allowing them to focus on their material and give of their best.


Incredibly efficient, consistently professional and above all caring, compassionate and accommodating to the artist.” – Blindboy Boatclub, The Rubberbandits



header photograhy: Steve Ullathorne