Just About, Please

Hello! We’re Just These Please – a sketch comedy company comprising three actor/comedians and one maritime lawyer.

Since our 5-star debut live show in 2018, we have amassed over 22 million views online with the sketch ‘When You Order Coffee With an Irish Name’.

2019 saw us sell out our second 5-star show ‘Suitable’ at the Edinburgh fringe, Brighton Fringe and Kilkenny Cat Laughs, where we were finalists for their Rockies Best Newcomer award.

We’ve performed on BBC Scotland, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC Radio 4 Extra, BBC Radio London (lotta BBC performing) on RTÉ 2FM and on Talk Radio.

How lovely!

Our sketches are generally apolitical, often musical and always hilarious.

We come reccomended by the Guardian and the British Comedy Guide. And we write our own bios.


Our next live shows are in February 2020 at the VAULT Festival 2020.

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We write, edit and perform as an ensemble and, when buying things, always place them on the counter and say “Just These, Please”.


Just Us, Please



Georgie Jones is an actor, poet and crisp fanatic originally from a small town in Lincolnshire. Her performance style has been described as ‘delightfully dry’ which, for someone who sports a sweaty palm more often than not, she will take as a compliment.

As well as working with Just These, Please, Georgie is currently developing her first full-length spoken word show as a Resident Artist at the Roundhouse.



William Sebag-Montefiore trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, studied English Lit at Newcastle University and did quite well in his Year 6 SATs.

His recent acting credits include Shakespeare Within The Abbey (Shakespeare’s Globe), Spy Games (History Channel) and Poldark (BBC One).



Philippa Carson sounds like “fill up a car, son.” It also refers to the Irish actress, award-winning film editor and comedy improviser known for her roles in Anti Matter (Kaleidoscope Ent. 2017), When Roleplay Goes Too Far BBC 3, and NewsRevue (Udderbelly Edinburgh, 2018).

Philippa trained at Columbia College Chicago, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and hates being cold with an (ironically) fiery passion.



Tom Dickson is a solicitor who enjoys wearing tartan, writing sketches and travelling.

He studied English Lit at Newcastle University and his theatrical endeavours include Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (Northern Stage), The Lonesome West (The Cluny) and An Ideal Husband (St. Luke’s).