Hannah Croft and Fiona Pearce met at school, at an age when having a large bust still seemed a possibility.

They started writing and performing sketch comedy together in 2011 and took their first show to the Edinburgh Fringe that year. Since then, they have sold out theatres in London, New York and around the UK. A BBC Next Big Thing act, they are winners of The Mervyn Stutter Spirit Of the Fringe Award and WhatsOnLondon Comedy Award Nominees. 

As well as starring in their own BBC Radio 4 sketch show, The Croft & Pearce Show, they have appeared in Sketchorama (BBC Radio 4) and written for Tracey Ullman in Tracey Breaks The News (BBC1), The Mash Report (BBC2) and the narrative comedy animation series Numtums (CBeebies). In 2017 they were BAFTA Rocliffe comedy finalists with their sitcom pilot.

Hannah trained in improvisation with Second City alumnus David Shore and has performed with The Monkey Toast players and Grand Theft Impro. Fiona writes for the satirical news websites Reductress and The Daily Mash.

They are currently on their third UK tour - CLICK HERE for details.