The only female comedian to reach the final of the Chortle Student Comedy Awards in 2015 and finalist of the 2016 BBC New Comedy Awards, young comedian Lauren Pattison has already supported Katherine Ryan on her last two tours and opened for Stewart Francis and Dane Baptiste.
In August 2017 Lauren sold out her debut run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with her critically acclaimed show Lady Muck. Not only was Lady Muck the best reviewed show at The Pleasance that year, Lauren also won a Herald Angel Award and was nominated for Best Newcomer 2017 at The Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
This year Lauren performed at Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, New Zealand Kilkenny and of course Edinburgh International Comedy Festivals. She was the only UK rising star invited to Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Melbourne, performing alongside Sarah Pascoe, Joel Dommett and Ed Gamble. Whilst in Montreal she also recorded a set for The Stand Up Show with Katherine Ryan, due to TX later this year. Credits also include Where’s The F In News, Drunk History, Nasty Women, The Great Christmas Rant and Climaxed.
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“Tremendous coming-of-age tale with razor wit and brutal honesty…” – The List
“a breath of feisty fresh air.” – The Herald
“a spiky, deliciously bawdy and remarkably assured debut hour that deserves to be one of the break-out hits of this year’s Fringe.” – The Telegraph
“robust and impressive” – The Scotsman
“Yet even when packing a punch, her demeanour is breezy, frank and friendly, making her wickedly engaging company.” – Chortle
“Because of Pattison’s Geordie roots and indecent subject matter, comparisons will no doubt be made with Sarah Millican, who also arrived on the Fringe (some years ago now) and blew everyone away. Those comparisons would be unfair, though: whisper it, but Pattison might just turn out to be a whole lot funnier.” – The Telegraph
“stunning youthful debut” – The Sunday Times