2019 Funny Women Awards: Best Show Shortlist Announced

We asked you to nominate shows for our 2019 Funny Women Awards Best Show category and you delivered! We received nearly 2,000 votes for your favourite shows.

We have now crunched the numbers and the results are in!

In no particular order, other than alphabetical, our top 10 shortlisted shows in the 2019 Funny Women Best Show Award are:

Abbie Murphy – Eat Sleep Shit Shag

Ada Campe – Ada Campe and the Psychic Duck

Ali Kahn – The F**k It Button

Esther ManitoCrusade

Hannah Brackenbury – Victorious

Melinda Hughes – Off The Scale

Samantha Hannah – How To Find Happiness (In A Year)

Sarah SouthernTentatively Tory

Sukh Ojla – For Sukh’s Sake

Westdal & Hayward – Westdal & Hayward Need Work

Three finalists will be announced and invited to attend The Grand Final at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London on Thursday, 19th September hosted by the multi-talented Katy Brand. Winners of all four main Awards for Best Show, Comedy Shorts, Comedy Writing and Stage will be announced at the show. For tickets and more information click here! 

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