Becky Singh

Becky Singh

Christmas Message from the Funny Women Awards

Wishing you and yours Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at The Funny Women Awards!

The 2020 Funny Women Awards are now officially offline (although some of us mentally checked out sometime in October) and we’ll return on Saturday 6th of March 2021 for our Funny Women Around the World 12 hour International Women’s Day launch event from London, Melbourne, Boston, Amsterdam, Dublin and more.

What can we say about 2020 that hasn’t already been screamed into a billion laptops already?  Nothing constructive.  So instead let us remind you of this year’s positives – our incredible #FWA2020 Winners!

Best Web Series Award – Sophie McCartney for Planet Birth 

Best Comedy Writer Award with Comedy 50:50 – Christine Rose

Comedy Shorts Award – Nikola McMurtrie for Karaoke: Behind The Lyrics

Comedy Writing Award – Kate Elmer for Mulch Wanted

Stage Award – Izzy Askwith 

It’s been quite a year, and even if you’ve been one of the luckier ones, 2020’s been rubbish and you deserve a break – NOW.  So instead of fretting about the world, grab a mince pie, a bottle of wine with a straw, put your feet up and watch…

Take an exclusive first look at Comedy Shorts Award winner Nikola McMurtrie’s Christmas edition of her new web series Nikola in the Pond:

Watch Best Web Series winner Sophie McCartney’s ode to Christmas 2020:

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Revisit the Stage Award Live Streamed Final from the Comedy Store and watch highlights of the night Izzy Askwith won the award (and our hearts):

Hope you have the best holiday season you can and see you all in 2021!

Becky and the amazing Funny Women Awards Team xx

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