Leicester Mercury Finalist, British Comedian of the Year semi-finalist, Funny Women semi finalist, Louise Leigh’s “imaginative, brilliant” (The Scotsman), “Hare-brained” (Funny Women) and, “like a Radio 2 DJ caught in the tabloids” (the Wee Review). As heard on BBC Radio Bristol talking about that time she went on an e-scooter and thought her fanny was going to fall out.
This new comedy hour is likely to include notes on her dog, on not being productive, unusual ways to be remembered when you die, how to stuff your children with the crap they need to leave home, Bridgerton and biscuits.
Or it could just be silly games. Either way, it'll be a great way to spend an evening.
The dexterity with which she manipulates her breasts in a physical comedy routine will live long in the memory (or is that mammary?).-
Refreshingly unselfconscious comedy about the perils of midlife.-
The Wee Review,
Witty, imaginative and more than a little risque.-