Mancunian Matters spoke with some of the women who keep Manchester comedy scene’s wheels turning ahead of a busy summer
Charlie and Jennie come rushing through TriBeCa’s doors, clearly worried they’re late, brandishing a guitar case and dragging a massive suitcase behind them.
Interview: Riches to Rags star Jojo Sutherland on castles to caravans and being the only woman on the bill
Divorce, a brain hemorrhage and losing your home overnight. A list of things that you might argue don’t sound like the recipe for an evening of laughter.
Sasha Ellen has certainly found herself in a pickle on more than one occasion, so much so that she has written an entire comedy show based around her romantic misadventures.
Rachel Creeger is moving her arms so animatedly when talking about her new stand-up show Hinayni! that she’s concerned the passers-by will be put off attending the show that evening.
Interview: MM discuss dominatrix life and Burning Man-style shows with Women in Comedy star Desiree Burch
Desiree Burch is busy attempting to make her lunch for the week when I call to chat about her new show “Desiree is Coming” at this month’s Women in Comedy Festival in Manchester.
As part of the Women in Comedy Festival 2019 held in venues across Manchester, Susan Murray will be performing her show How Not To Die in A Plane Crash this Saturday.
“I don’t like female comedians” is the mindset that Manchester’s Women in Comedy Festival 2019 aims to debunk with a whole month of performances by funny ladies across the city.
Women in Comedy Festival founder Hazel O’Keefe is used to taking her gloves off to get attention.
Manchester comic Kerry Leigh has revealed that an intrinsic love for her brother inspired her oddly named new headline show at the Frog and Bucket.