Kate Stone

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Funny Women Awards Finalist Signs to Chambers Management

We are delighted to announce that 2016 Funny Women Awards finalist Catherine Bohart has been signed to the prestigious Chambers Management! Catherine’s in good company, Sarah Millican, Aisling Bea, Holly Walsh and Pippa Evans are also with Chambers Management.

Chortle’s Steve Bennett noted at the Funny Women Awards final that Catherine was a “comic with both a distinctive voice and a story you’d like to hear.” While Bruce Dessau of Beyond the Joke said she was “pretty much the perfect comedy package” when saw her at the BBC Radio New Comedy Award and we agree, having followed Catherine’s career from the start! 

Catherine told us: “I’m really pleased…I’m a massive fan of everyone on their books and I hope I do Hannah and Liz proud” we’re sure she will.

You can catch Catherine in action this October in her show Cat Call with Cally Beaton at the Women in Comedy Festival 

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