Comedians Outside Getting COVID-Compliant: Part 4

Recently comedians have been emerging from behind their complicated phone camera set-ups, green screens and podcast mics to perform live comedy. We don’t know how long this will last with the ever-changing Government guidelines that tell us to go out, but not out out, to not go to the office, but not not go to the office and to be in bed by 10pm. But, in the meantime, we have updated our series Comedians Indoors Getting Creative to reflect to current situation.

2020 Funny Women Awards runner-up Eryn Tett will be in Brighton tonight (Friday 16th October) finding her audience in a pandemic at the Caxton Arms. For tickets click here!

2020 Funny Women Awards semi-finals host Athena Kugblenu is in the line up for Jokes & Spokes, alongside Suzi Ruffell, Evelyn Mok, Jen Brister and 2019 Funny Women Awards finalist Kemah Bob on 3rd November. The online show is in aid of The Bike Project, a great cause. For tickets click here!

Comedian and 2 Dope Queens host Phoebe Robinson will be gathering fellow female comedians together to look back on 2020 in an Amazon Prime Worldwide show called Yearly Departed this winter. Robinson said: “‘I can’t imagine a better way to lay this unfathomably awful year to rest than giving some of the world’s funniest women the last word.”

If you are putting on a COVID compliant event you think we should know about then get in touch on Twitter!

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