Mae Martin

Interview: Mae Martin

A version of this interview first appeared in the London Evening Standard here at the start of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017. Martin went on to pick up a Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination for her show Dope.

News: Book Deal And TV Pilot For Mae Martin

Wren & Rook, the non-fiction imprint of the Hachette Children’s Group has acquired Can Everyone Please Calm Down?, a humorous exploration of modern sexuality written by comedian Mae Martin.

Martin's recent show Dope was nominated for Best Show at this year’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards. Martin has also appeared on TV shows such as BBC3’s Uncle, Live at the BBC and Russell Howard’s Good News. 


Edinburgh Fringe Review: Mae Martin, Laughing Horse @ City Cafe

Update 23/8/17: Mae Martin has been nominated for a Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show. See nominees here.


News: UK Tour For Mae Martin

Comedian Mae Martin has announced a UK tour this autumn for her latest show Dope. The news was announced via a Facebook Live Q&A this afternoon (Friday June 23).

The 20-date tour of Dope follows a run at the Edinburgh Fringe this August. Buy tickets for Edinburgh here.


News: Mae Martin Records First Radio Show - Tickets Here

Canadian comedian Mae Martin is recording her first series for BBC Radio 4 and tickets are now available.


Live Review: Mae Martin, Soho Theatre

This review first appeared in the Evening Standard here.


The trigger for Canadian comic Mae Martin’s latest show, Us, was her relationship break-up. When she was writing her Tinder profile to get back in the dating saddle she reflected on her sexuality. She had been “Gay Mae” but what was she now? And why label anyway?



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