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Who said business wasn't funny?

Who said business wasn't funny? 1


Have you ever just wanted to break free from your daily business life and embrace your alter ego? Each of us have many interests that connect with our everyday working  lives and businesswoman-cum-comic Julia Streets brings her double life to the stage laughing about how she manages to combine running her own company with performing comedy part time.

 It’s unusual to find the business and stand up colliding and Julia will be performing her show  'Streets in the City' in London showing us how she does it!  More than that, she’s doing it to raise money for the charity, ‘Children in Crisis’.

Julia was first heard when she was featured on the Radio 4 Today Programme and invited her to perform her show in a Funny Women showcase at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.   All her material is based on true observations of corporate life gathered from 20+ years earning her pinstripes.  

“Streets is a natural comedienne who has the audience engaged from the start and laughing until the end…... The real winners are the songs – I was singing them days later” - Financial News

“A humorous and slightly subversive view…It’s a fun show” – Three Weeks

“Appeals to anyone who’s ever shared a printer” -  Dominic King, BBC Radio Kent

TOMORROW NIGHT - Thursday 29th September, 6:45pm, Le Pain Quotidien, Bread Street, London, EC4M 9BE

Tickets are £10 and all proceeds will go to Children in Crisis. For more details click HERE

 For more information about Julia’s comedy life, check out or become a friend of her Streetsinthecity facebook page.



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