Jo Caulfield is a sensational British comedian. Her hilarious stories, anecdotes and one-liners make up a memorable show and have earned her a reputation as one of the best comics on the circuit. She was nominated as ‘The Best Female Stand-Up in the Country‘ by Chortle, showing her impressive rise.
Incredibly relatable, Jo has become an icon on stage and screen in recent times. Her wit and ‘wildly accurate observations regularly brings audiences to their knees with laughter‘ according to the Evening Standard. Alongside her sidesplitting performances on stage, she has also starred on popular television panel shows, including seven appearances on Mock the Week, three on Have I Got News For You.
She has also written for some of the leading presenters and comedians in show business, including Anne Robinson, Denise Van Outen and Graham Norton and appeared on some of the nation’s favourite radio and television sitcoms. She has appeared on Life’s a Pitch, Family Affairs, Days Like These and So Graham Norton to name but a few. Racking up 42 personal appearances and three acting credits, there are few female comedians as widely lauded as Jo Caulfield.
Her shows have been in demand for many years and she has performed in major cities throughout the world. Having left audiences in stitches from Hong Kong to Munich; New York to Los Angeles, Jo’s brand of comedy has proved much-loved the world around. She has toured the UK five separate times, taking in some of the country’s landmark comedy clubs and theatres, and her influence on the circuit continues to grow. She too has established herself as a wonderful entertainer for private and corporate audiences alike.
To book Jo Caulfield as the corporate entertainment for your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing email@example.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.
See what people had to say about Jo, when she appeared at their corporate events, below:
“Just to let you know Jo did a completely fantastic job – better than I have seen in a decade of going to awards dinners.” – Susanna, Flying Trumpets
“Would second Susanna. We even had a heckler (not heckling Jo but one of the Awards winners!) – a fun evening!” – A Andrew, Mines & Money