Educate, inform, entertain.
Big Day Out take Lord Reith's principles and shun all but the latter. As the three-man sketch squad take to the stage, they have only one mission - to entertain. If that means satire or silliness, frocks or funny faces, Chorley, Georgeson and Kenning will do whatever it takes.
Formed in November 2003, the trio perform a mix of sketches, character monologues and songs.
After performing at the popular Sunday Club sketch night in Highbury, London in Spring 2004, the boys went on to enjoy two sell-out runs at the Canal Café, Maida Vale.
The Henman Song became an internet smash during Wimbledon 2005, with thousands of hits and song plays on the group's website and mailing list.
In summer 2005, Big Day Out won critical and public praise for their debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Since then they have developed a radio sitcom and individual projects while putting together an all new show for 2007.
'One gem of a sketch show' The Scotsman
'A trip worth taking' Metro
'A huge smash' BBC
'A trio with incessant playfullness' Three Weeks
Big Day Out are:
Matt Chorley, journalist.
Lewis Georgeson, TV scriptwriter.
William Kenning, actor.