Daisy Chain
  • Brighton Fringe

Daisy is one of the UK's most exciting new comedy talents. In her brand new hour show 'Daisy Chain' she explores her hopeless attempts at do-gooding as well as her obsession with angry women, her hatred of Gordon Ramsay and why she now needs to make up for the lost time. Daisy's desire to get everything right is matched only by her ability to get everything wrong. As seen on BBC Comedy Underground, Daisy Earl is a multi-award-winning British Comedian. Daisy has performed at prestigious comedy venues across the UK. Daisy has also performed at The Edinburgh Festival and Adelaide Festival and in Dubai, Spain and Holland.She is a previous winner of both the Scottish Comedian of the Year Award and Chortle's Best Newcomer Award. She has previously supported Tom Stade, Jason Manford and John Bishop on tour. She is affable but brutally honest and this has made her a UK circuit favourite and one to watch."Crisp storytelling talent and self-deprecating humour, a rare cunning, defiant attitude. Hilarious"(Chortle)"An incredibly likeable comedian with an obvious talent for bringing a room along with her."(The Wee Review)

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