Photo by Josh Shinner

I had the absolute pleasure MCing the comedy stage at Festifeel over the weekend. It was a smashing line-up – Shappi Khorsandi, Lauren Pattison, Zoe Lyons, Jen Brister, Luisa Omielan, Eleanor Tiernan and Stevie Martin – and a chance to raise awareness of the amazing life-saving work of Coppafeel.

Coppafeel exist to educate and remind young people to check their boobs regularly, in an effort to stamp out late-detection of breast cancer. To find out more, head over to https://coppafeel.org


LONDONERS! I’ve got 3 more full previews of SPORTS FOR THE UNSPORTY before I take it up to Edinburgh in August. Here’s the ticket links:
SUN 8th JULY @ International Youth Arts Festival, Kingston, KT1 1HL: http://iyafestival.org.uk/event/sports-for-the-unsporty/
It’d be lovely to see you there! ?


I put together a playlist for NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS. It’s made up of all my favourite 80’s motivational tracks. If you like power ballads and sports movie soundtracks, I think you’ll like it:

Just stick it on next time you’re at the gym, in a knife-fight or at fighter jet training camp.


G’day sports! Unless you’ve been living under a heavy carpet for the last two months, you probably know that I’ve been in Waustralia (West Australia). And while I didn’t bring many physical treats back with me (aside from a mint Tim Tam that made it’s way into the lining of my gilet), I did carry these: two 5 star reviews and a nomination for the Best Comedy Award 2018!

To many, a nomination means much more than a win. It’s a starting block for improvement; an invitation to become better; the spark under a self-development firework. Plus, in the future I’ll just make the ‘nominated’ bit a smaller font, so everyone’s a winner.