Kate Stone

Kate Stone

Vote for the 2016 Funny Women Best Show Award!

We are constantly amazed by the wealth of brilliant female led shows out there, so this year we added a new category for the Funny Women Awards, the Best Show AwardWe invited audiences to nominate their favourite live shows they had seen this year that featured great funny female talent.

The Best Show Award winner receives a fully supported showcase, £500 worth of fabulous Benefit Cosmetics products, Funny Friend membership and a pair of tickets to the Funny Women Awards Final at KOKO, London on the 28th September.

The exciting thing about this is that not only does it recognise emerging talent and hard work but this award is nominated and voted for by you. Yes, you.

We received some fabulous nominations and without further ado we now declare the voting for the 2016 Funny Women Best Show Award open! 

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Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 25th September and the winner will be announced on Monday 26th September. 

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