"Ferry is clever. He is also dark. He is quite cool..moments of fresh brilliance..enjoyable and even slicker than his hair!"
"See him or regret it. A great comedian."
"Absolute legend. Incredibly funny."
Manchester based Mick Ferry is established as one of the most sought after comics on the British and International comedy circuit, a supremely versatile performer, he is now widely recognised as one of the most talented and original stand-ups to have emerged from the North. He has performed alongside Johnny Vegas, Sean Lock, Peter Kay, Al Murray and Steve Coogan.
A creative and prolific writer, Mick has had an impressive catalogue of solo shows; debuting his first show Mick Ferry’s Won F*&K All! to a sell-out audience and great critical acclaim at the Manchester Comedy Festival back in 2004. His debut at The Edinburgh Comedy Festival came in 2004 when he appeared as part of the Big Value Comedy Show. He has been a regular fixture at the Edinburgh Festival ever since, presenting his first full solo show in 2009; The Comedy Final. He returned in 2010 with The Missing Chippendale (Body Issues), in 2011 with Sod It, in 2013 with Mick Ferry Has Been Found Wanting, in 2014 with What’s Going On? and 2015 with Mick Ferry is Just A Bloke.
He also starred as Uncle Mick in the award-winning twisted children’s show Funz & Gamez.
TV credits include performances on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Sky1’s John Bishop’s Only Joking and three series of The Comedy Store for Comedy Central. He has also appeared on BBC 2’s Running Late, and The World Stands Up and Comedy Blue for Comedy Central. His big screen debut came in 2009, in Ken Loach’s Looking For Eric; a hit feature film at the Cannes Film Festival where it was nominated for the prestigious Palm D’Or.
On radio, he has been a regular guest contributor on BBC Radio GMR and has presented his own show The Weekend Shambles on the North West’s Revolution Radio. Other radio credits include Brand Spanking New for BBC7 and Jason Manford & Friends for BBC Radio 2.