2021 FUNNY WOMEN NEXT UP COMEDY SHORTS AWARD FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

We are delighted to announce the top three finalists for this year’s 2021 Funny women Comedy Shorts Award!

You can watch them here.

Ada Player – Jonny and Tommy
Jo Wiggins – Dog Haus
Zara Janjua – Match Of The Yesterday Euro 1314

Prizes for the 2021 NextUp Comedy Shorts Award include

Exclusive Produced Content Deal with NextUp…
A cash prize of £1000
Mentorship and Support from Funny Women, our Industry Partners and our Community.
A custom made Tatty Devine necklace trophy

Sarah Henley, co-founder of NextUp Comedy says: “Equality is one of our core values at NextUp and we’re passionate about giving a platform to as many great women identifying comics as possible in a bid to level the playing field and increase representation. Funny Women have been flying this flag for many years, and we’re delighted to continue this partnership, supporting their efforts and streaming incredible talent to comedy fans at home.”

The Winner will be announced at the Funny Women Awards Grand Final on Thursday 23rd September at Bloomsbury Theatre, London.

Top three finalists for Comedy Writing Award sponsored by Sky Studios here!

Finalists for the Stage Award sponsored by Sky Studios here!

Nominate for the heat Comedy Content Creator here!

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