#EdFringe17: Suzi Ruffell is Keeping it Classy

We present 15 minutes of stand up and chat with the newly single Suzi as she reflects back on the breakup with her girlfriend. How much of Suzi’s comedy is informed by her working-class background? Can she still relate to Brexit supporting family and friends?

PODCAST: Suzi Ruffell

‘Suzi Ruffell: Keeping It Classy’ is appearing as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/suzi-ruffell-keeping-it-classy

Twitter: @suziruffell

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suzi-Ruffell-267608801344

Like Minded Friends podcast: https://audioboom.com/channel/likemindedfriends

Website: http://suziruffell.com/

Comedy performance provided by the artist for promotional purposes. May contain material that some find offensive. © 2017 On the Mic. Produced in association with Broadway Baby, Fringepig and Voice Republic.

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