Join the star of BBC2’s The Mash Report as she smashes stereotypes around sex, sexuality and relationships.
As seen and heard on Roast Battle, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, The Stand Up Sketch Show, Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier and The Guilty Feminist Podcast.
‘Destined for stardom’ Evening Standard
‘The laughs keep coming and, finally, so does a tear or two. Marvellous’ ★★★★ Times
‘A beautifully-delivered hour’ ★★★★ Skinny
‘Packed full of laughs’ ★★★★ Herald
‘A winning mixture of self-deprecation and confidence’ ★★★★ Beyond The Joke
‘A fully developed comic voice’ ★★★★ Fest
‘Truly special’ ★★★★ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
Double Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominee and star of Live At The Apollo returns with a brand new hour of ‘confessional storytelling at its funniest’ (★★★★★ Herald). As seen on Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Mock The Week and Roast Battle.
‘Destined to become a household name’ ★★★★ Telegraph
Nominee for Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show 2018.
Winner of the Amused Moose Comedy Award for Best Show 2016.
Nominee for Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Newcomer 2015.
Stu’s back with a comic odyssey on how it works out in the end, and whether anyone cares.
Intelligent stand-up comedy for everybody, but of particular interest to people over thirty who’ve lost touch with all their old friends and can’t eat just one pain au chocolat. Featuring ultimates, absolutes and surprisingly few conclusions.
‘Expert, charming stand-up’ The Sunday Times ‘A master of the form’ The Independent
Host of The Comedian’s Comedian Podcast (10 million downloads)
As seen on As Yet Untitled (Dave) and Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central)
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee for Best Newcomer and winner of the Herald Angel Award returns with a brand-new show about the little things, the smallest details, the fixed and distinct aspects that make up what we definitively are, how we expressly think and who we unambiguously love.
As seen and heard on Roast Battle, The Stand Up Sketch Show and The Now Show.
★★★★★ The Herald
★★★★ The Times
★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ The Skinny
★★★★ The Arts Desk
★★★★ The List
Here he comes again, trotting on to the stage with all of the misplaced confidence of a waiter with no pad. Is he going to remember it? OH YES HE IS. There’ll be lots of talking, some apologising and some songs on a glued together plastic keyboard from 1986.
As seen on Channel 4’s ‘8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown’ and BBC’s ‘Live At the Apollo.’
Based on her bestselling book, Ruby’s new show How to Be Human answers every question you’ve ever had about evolution, thoughts, emotions, the body, addictions, relationships, sex, kids, the future and compassion.
Outrageously witty and smart, blending brilliant comedy and insightful life lessons, How to Be Human is the show you need to help you upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your iPhone.