Comics join Lazy Susan Sketch Show Cast

Double act Lazy Susan’s new BBC sketch show will feature a selection of names from the comedy world including 2016 Funny Women Awards finalist Catherine Bohart, Lou Sanders, Ellie Kendrick, Evelyn Mok, Anna Leong Brophy, Laura White and Shivani Thussu among others.

The four-part series, starring Freya Parker and Celeste Dring, has finished shooting and will air on BBC Three in 2022.

Shooting has just wrapped on the four-part series from Edinburgh Comedy Award nominees Freya Parker and Celeste Dring, which will air on BBC Three’s iPlayer channel next year.

David Simpson, head of programme makers Tiger Aspect Comedy, said: “Freya and Celeste are two of our very best comic performers and they are on top form in this new series. It’s fantastic that the BBC continue to support sketch comedy and I’m so thrilled audiences are going to be treated to more Lazy Susan brilliance and originality.”

BBC commissioning editor Simon Wilson said: “Freya and Celeste’s unforgettable array of characters are beautifully written and utterly hilarious. We can’t wait for the new series to bring BBC Three viewers a host of brilliant new creations alongside old favourites.”

We can’t wait!

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