Suzi Ruffell

News: TV/Radio Reports On The State Of The Comedy Industry

BBC current affairs show Newsnight has taken a brief look at the state of the UK comedy industry during the pandemic.

Reporter Steve Smith went to the Comedy Store in London – observing social distancing rules – and spoke to comedians Ian Stone and Neil Mullarkey (Suzi Ruffell was also there but if she was interviewed she seems to have been cut out of the edit)


News: Charity Gig From Luke Kempner, Russell Kane, Suzi Ruffell, Rosie Jones

Luke Kempner will be streaming live from his home tonight along with comedians Rosie Jones, Suzi Ruffell and Russell Kane.

The event will take place on Thursday 14th May 2020 at 8pm (BST) and will be in aid of the Coppafeel breast cancer charity, which creates awareness amongst young people, with the aim to instill a new healthy habit that could one day save a life. 

News: Suzi Ruffell New Podcast Out Now

Suzi Ruffell (Live at the Apollo, The Jonathan Ross Show, The Last Leg) is to host a new podcast all about coming out, being out, and finding one’s place in the world as an LGBT+ person.


News: Ambassadors Theatre Launches Comedy Season

The Ambassadors Theatre in London has announced a season of late night comedy shows featuring performers including Bridget Christie, Suzi Ruffell and Ed Gamble

Following the announcement of Baby Reindeer and The Shark Is Broken at the Ambassadors Theatre, Sonia Friedman Productions is thrilled to announce a packed line-up of the most dynamic and entertaining stand-up, drag performers, cabaret stars and more. Performances begin at 9:30pm.  


News: Comic Raise Money for Cancer Research

Marcus Brigstocke, Suzi Ruffell, Nick Revell (all pictured) and Dominic Holland are among the top stand-ups performing at a special gala show to raise money for Cancer Research UK. 

The one-off gig will take place at the iconic Francis Crick Institute near to King's Cross Station on April 30. The show starts at 18:30 and ends at 21:15.

Also on the bill are Ninia Benjamin, Sol Bernstein, Terry Alderton, Steve Rawlings and Paul Tonkinson. The show will be compered by John Mann.


News: Mark Steel, Suzi Ruffell And More Confirmed for Larmer Tree Festival

Larmer Tree Festival has unveiled details of its comedy line-up for 2020. This year’s comedy headliners will be Mark Steel and Suzi Ruffell.


News: Seann Walsh, Dane Baptiste, Kiri Pritchard McLean, Rosie Jones, Suzi Ruffell Lined Up For Comedy Central Shorts

Seann Walsh, Dane Baptiste, Kiri Pritchard McLean, Rosie Jones and Suzi Ruffell are lined up to appear in Comedy Central short form shows.

Comedians Solve World Problems and Dragony Aunts are returning to Comedy Central UK for second series in March with nine five-minute episodes. Comedians Solve World Problems, produced by Rumpus Media, involves two comedians endeavouring to solve one big, relevant and tricky world problem. Confirmed talent includes Walsh, Baptiste, Jones and Ruffell.


Edinburgh Preview: The Women Set to Dominate The Edinburgh Fringe This Year

I got into an interesting discussion last week when I reviewed new magic show The Illusionists and pointed out that the seven magicians were all male. The producers got in touch to explain that they want to cast women but there weren’t enough high quality female illusionists available for all their worldwide shows.

Review: Brighton Comedy Garden – Alan Davies, Ed Byrne, Lolly Adefope, Suzi Ruffell & Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Preston Park, Brighton

The Brighton Comedy Garden is in its very first year, with an excellent bill of comedians from the UK's comedy scene. The question, on its inaugural night, was whether the rich pickings would come together to deliver on the such promise – and also whether it would prosper, positioned as it is the month after an arts-filled and possibly saturated Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe.

News: UK Tour For Suzi Ruffell

Suzi Ruffell is taking her new show Dance Like Everyone's Watching on tour around the UK from October after a run at the Edinburgh Fringe. 

The tour starts on October 2 at Chorley Little Theatre.

Suzi has made a name for herself by turning tragedy and anxiety into big laughs. This year she is actually happy. This show answers the question: are all stand-ups at their best when they are miserable? Fingers crossed no! 



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