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Harry Stachini’s stand-up and crowd work clips have amassed millions of views across his social media.

He's established a reputation as an exciting young comedian with an impressive easy-going style. His warm and friendly stage presence comfortably leads us through hilarious and skilful storytelling which is beyond his years. He regularly performs at the UK’s finest comedy clubs and festivals and has performed overseas in Asia and Europe.

2017 Harry hosted the prestigious ‘Bound and Gagged’ ‘AAA’ Comedy Showcase in the Pleasance Courtyard at the Edinburgh Festival. He then returned in 2019 to perform his debut solo show ‘Tigers Don’t Cry’ to sold-out audiences. In 2023 he took WIP of his second solo show, 'Grenade,' back to the Edinburgh Festival, culminating in two sell-out shows in Manchester. The show was a huge success and professionally recorded making it the first of Harry's many stand-up specials to come.

Harry has a reputation as a grafter and his first self-produced podcast series – The Staff Room Podcast – (a show where teachers share their anonymous stories from the classroom) was nominated for Best Comedy at The British Podcast Awards. He currently works closely with 'Get Giddier', a production company based in Manchester who in early 2023 opened up a brand new studio space. The 'Get Giddier' team are currently producing several projects including the very popular 'All Made Up' podcast series.


Whilst writing and performing stand-up comedy, Harry has pushed himself off stage as well, displaying his ability as a skillful scriptwriter, actor and voice-over

He studied acting at the renowned ‘Act Up North drama school, refining his dramatic skills. He is also an enthusiastic filmmaker and has written and produced his web series called ‘Howard’, which he released in 2017 and was later selected in 2018 for a UK national film festival!

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