Announcing the 2020 Funny Women Stage Awards Finalists!

In our search for the eight 2020 Funny Women Stage Awards finalists, the Funny Women team and a select panel of industry judges scored 320  submissions videos in multiple stages; two preliminary rounds, ten virtual heats rounds and two live online semi-finals, all during Lockdown!

Funny Women Awards Director Becky Singh said: “The Funny Women Team have been really impressed with this year’s entrants. The standard was very high and in the face of challenges, the level of dedication and willingness to embrace the new platforms, especially from our semi-finalists, has been truly inspiring.”

Without further ado, we are delighted to announce that the 2020 Funny Women Stage Award finalists are:

Izzy Askwith
Naomi Cooper
Katie Green
Ania Magliano
Mary O’Connell
Fiona Ridgewell
Christina O’Sullivan
Eryn Tett

The Grand Final will take place at the world-famous Comedy Store, London. This is the venue’s first gig back after lockdown.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event will be held as a private event with acts and judges only, on Tuesday, 22nd September and hosted by 2014 Funny Women Awards winner Jayde Adams!   

Audiences will be able to watch exclusively via live stream; tickets links to be revealed next week.

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