Catherine Bohart

Destined for great things
The Herald 

Catherine Bohart is an award-winning comedian, writer and actor.

Catherine has performed multiple critically acclaimed solo stand up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and on tour across the UK and Ireland, entitled: Immaculate, Lemon and This Isn’t For You, garnering rave reviews along the way. Immaculate is available to view as a stand up special on Amazon Prime UK and her highly anticipated new tour show Again, With Feelings will begin in 2024.

Catherine’s broadcasting career is rapidly on the rise, with credits including: Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, A League Of Their Own, House of Games, Pointless Celebrities, The Stand Up Sketch Show, Roast Battle, Celebrity Mastermind and as a correspondent on The Mash Report. She recently filmed LOL: Last One Laughing Ireland for Amazon Prime.

An experienced podcast host, Catherine co-created and co-hosts the hugely popular Trusty Hogs alongside Helen Bauer and she co-hosted Shared Baggage for Audible with Larry Dean. Catherine also co-hosted BBC Sounds Podcast and Radio 4 show You’ll Do. She is a regular on BBC Radio 4, with credits including The Now Show, The News Quiz, You’re Dead To Me and Museum of Curiosity and recently hosted her own topical show for Radio 4 entitled TL;DR.

Catherine is also a talented actor, with credits including Mawaan Rizwan’s BBC sitcom Juice and the sketch show Lazy Susan for BBC Three.

During lockdown, Catherine co-founded and co-hosted the award-winning online stand-up gig Gigless. The gig won a Award for Best Online Show and Catherine also won a Chortle Award for Legend of Lockdown on the back of its success.

Winner: 99 Club Bursary Award 2018
 Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year 2018
 BBC New Comedy Award 2016
Finalist: Funny Women 2016
The Times Comedy Face to Watch 2019
BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017



  • This Isn’t For You (UK Tour, 2022)
  • Gigless (Weekly Virtual Gig, Creator & Host)
  • Lemon (Edinburgh Fringe 2019, Soho Theatre 2019, UK Tour 2020)
  • Immaculate (Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Soho Theatre 2019)
  • New Order (Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2019)
  • Nish Kumar Tour Support (2019)
  • Ellie Taylor Tour Support (2018)
  • Pleasance Comedy Reserve (2017)
  • Catcall (Edinburgh Fringe 2016)

Stand Up Specials

  • Catherine Bohart: Immaculate (Amazon Prime Video and Soho Theatre, 2021)


  • LOL: Last One Laughing Ireland (Amazon Prime, TX tbc 2024)
  • Juice (Maggie, BBC 3, 2023)
  • Celebrity Mastermind (Contestant, BBC 1, 2023)
  • Live at the Apollo (BBC 2, 2023)
  • Rhod Gilbert’s Growing Pains (Comedy Central, 2023)
  • Pointless Celebrities (BBC 1, Contestant, 2023)
  • Goodbye Brooklyn Nine-Nine (E4, 2022)
  • Between the Covers (BBC2, 2022)
  • Lazy Susan (BBC Three, 2022)
  • BBC New Comedy Awards (BBC Three, Judge, 2021)
  • The Deirdre O’Kane Show (Sky Max, Guest, 2021)
  • The Complaints Department (Comedy Central, Guest, 2021)
  • Late Night Mash (Dave, Correspondent, 2021)
  • A League Of Their Own (Sky One, Guest, 2021)
  • As Yet Untitled (Dave, Guest, 2021)
  • Yesterday, Today And The Day Before (Comedy Central, Guest Host, 2021)
  • Guessable (Comedy Central, Guest, 2021)
  • Funny Festival Live (BBC2, Stand-Up, 2021)
  • Mock The Week (BBC2, Guest Panellist, 2021)
  • House Of Games (BBC2, Guest, 2020)
  • The Stand Up Sketch Show (ITV2, Stand Up and Sketch Performer, 2019, 2020)
  • The Mash Report (BBC2, Correspondent and Writer, 2018 – 2020)
  • 8 Out Of 10 Cats (E4, Guest Panellist, 2019, 2020)
  • I’m Game (Sky Sports – series in support of Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces Campaign, 2019)
  • Savage Socials (E4, Writer, 2019)
  • Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier (Dave, Guest Panellist, 2019)
  • Susan Calman’s Fringe Benefits (BBC Scotland, Stand Up Performer, 2019)
  • Roast Battle (Comedy Central, Contestant, 2018)
  • Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC2, Writer, 2017)


  • Shared Baggage (Audible, Co-host, 2023)
  • Trusty Hogs (Co-host, 2021 – present)
  • Transplaining with Jordan Gray (Guest, 2023 – TX date tbc)
  • False Economy (Guest, 2023)
  • Write Me Dirty (Guest, 2023)
  • Dating Games (Guest, 2022)
  • Scarlett Moffatt Wants to Believe (BBC Sounds, Guest, 2022)
  • Building Queertopia (Guest, 2021)
  • Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast (Guest, 2021)
  • Have A Word (Guest, 2021)
  • You’re Dead To Me (BBC Radio 4, Guest, 2019-2021)
  • Evil Genius (BBC Sounds, Guest, 2018, 2020, 2021)
  • Wheel of Misfortune (BBC Sounds, Guest, 2021, 2022)
  • The Guilty Feminist (Co-host, 2019, 2021)
  • The Teamsheet (Guest, 2021)
  • Cuddle Club (Guest, 2021)
  • You’ll Do (Host, 2020)
  • Teenage Mixtape (Guest, 2020)
  • Mrs Brightside (Guest, 2020)
  • Conversations Against Living Miserably (Dave Podcast, Guest, 2019, 2020)
  • Off Menu (Guest, 2019)
  • Private Parts (Guest, 2019)
  • We Need to Talk About (2018)
  • Reasons to Be Cheerful (2018)
  • Guilty Feminist (Guest, 2018)
  • The Big Debate Guilty Feminist (2018)


  • Big Comic Energy (BBC Radio Ulster/BBC Sounds, Host, 2023)
  • Loose Ends (BBC R4, Guest, 2022)
  • The Leak (BBC Radio Wales, Panellist, 2021)
  • You’re Dead To Me (BBC Radio 4, Guest, 2019, 2021, 2022)
  • The Museum of Curiosity (BBC Radio 4, Guest, 2021)
  • The News Quiz (BBC Radio 4, Guest, 2020, 2021)
  • The Birthday Cake Game (BBC Radio 2, Guest, 2021)
  • Breaking the News (BBC Radio Scotland, Guest, 2018-2021)
  • Funny From the Fringe (BBC Radio 4 Extra, Host, 2019)
  • A Good Read (BBC Radio 4, Guest, 2019)
  • Stand up from The Fringe (BBC Radio 4 Extra, Guest, 2018)
  • The Comedy Club Interviews (BBC Radio 4 Extra, Guest, 2018)
  • Fubar Radio (Guest, 2018)
  • The News Quiz (BBC Radio 4, Writer, 2017-present)
  • BBC New Comedy Award (BBC Radio 4, Performer, 2016)
  • Newsjack (BBC Radio 4, Writer, 2017-present)
  • The Now Show (BBC Radio 4, Writer, 2016)
  • Tim Arthur Show (guest, 2016, BBC Radio London)
  • The Paper Review (guest contributor, 2016, talkRadio)


Very engaging comedy.
The show is as sharp as it is tender…a show that’s worth holding on to.
The Guardian ★★★★ (On Catherine Bohart: This Isn’t For You)

Sharp observations…she keep the laughs coming.
She has a sting in her tale that makes her gossipy, garrulous hour of heartbreak into a satisfying whole that will surely linger in the memory.
The Times ★★★★ (On Catherine Bohart: This Isn’t For You)

Full of insight, life lessons and, most importantly, jokes…A beautifully calibrated touching, funny mix of anecdotes from the smutty to the smart.
Evening Standard ★★★★ (On Catherine Bohart: This Isn’t For You)

Her energy is cheery and charming.
Chortle ★★★★ (On Catherine Bohart: This Isn’t For You)

Bohart is such a positive presence, and lands the gags so well…The laugh count is high.
The Arts Desk ★★★★ (On Catherine Bohart: This Isn’t For You)

Rip-roaring stand-up.
Londonist ★★★★ (On Catherine Bohart: This Isn’t For You)

The sort of perfectly structured Edinburgh debut you always hope for and rarely get to see.
The Times ★★★★

Packed full of laughs… she’s destined for great things.
The Herald ★★★★

A star in the making.
The Skinny ★★★★

A winning mixture of self-deprecation and confidence. 
Beyond The Joke ★★★★

A supremely natural quality about her delivery. 
The List ★★★★

Pretty much the perfect comedy package.
Bruce Dessau, Beyondthejoke

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Current Tours


Again, With Feelings

Catherine Bohart

Catherine Bohart’s back and older than ever. And adulthood frankly isn’t living up to her expectations.

Join this “effortless” (Chortle) “star in the making” (Skinny) for a hilariously twisted second coming of age saga as she reckons with death-obsessed parents, living in a house share with OCD, and queer reproduction in her thirties.

Edinburgh Tours

Catherine Bohart

Catherine Bohart (Live at the Apollo, The Mash Report, Mock the Week, Trusty Hogs) is back with new ideas and big opinions for one week only!  

“She keeps the laughs coming”  Times