Comedians Indoors Getting Creative: Part 30

We are back for Lockdown 2 sharing what online projects comedians are getting up to. Lockdown is a difficult time for everyone, but for comedians it means loss of income and opportunities to try out material and build audiences. Support your favourite funny women by buying them a Ko-fi, sharing links to their work and following them on their social media. Here is what we have spotted this week!

Wondering how to do life?

Sofie Hagen has struggled herself, so much so, that she has made it her life mission to figure out the answer. You’re going to want to watch this show if you’ve ever wondered how to find the right therapist, how to deal with shame, how to give presents and much more. It’s a show full of warmth and life hacks. With celebrity cameos, giving their best life hacks! Join Sofie online on 26th November, for tickets click here!

For one night only, writer, comedian and actor Dawn French will be live in conversation to celebrate the publication of her latest novel Because of You (Penguin Michael Joseph). Dawn will be kicking off your festive season, with stories of her life both on-screen and behind the writing desk, in conversation with Liza Tarbuck on 13th December. For tickets click here!

2020 Funny Women Awards Comedy Shorts winner Nikola McMurtrie has a new comedy sketch video out, meet Olga and start the weekend with a ballet lesson. You can watch it here!

If you have a comedy project you want us to share let us know on Twitter @Funnywomen!

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