Janey Godley’s Soup Pot Tour
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NEWS ALERT&&Janey Godley and her soup pot are on tour.

"Frank Open the door" get ready!

So, tell all the Sandras, Big Frank and all the lassies fresh from Zumba to grab the soup pot and get ready for the "Queen of Scottish Comedy" coming to a town near you!

Live voice overs and stand-up like you've never seen before. Check out some hilarious patter from Big Tereeza in Torremolinos, Boris and his bawjaws and see Nicola up on the big screen with all the latest patter.

Hot from her recent appearances on BBC's 'Have I Got News for You' and BBC Scotland's 'Breaking the News, Fringe Festival sell out and with over 20 years of performing award-winning comedy around the world, from Newcastle to New Zealand. Janey is excited to bring you her hilarious new show for 2020.

With over 40 million hits online and regular sold out shows at Edinburgh and Glasgow Comedy Festivals, book early to avoid disappointment. Come see the woman who Billy Connolly called "A Fu%king great comedian"


"A stand-up so personal in approach I wouldn't be surprised if she breast-fed the front row" - Time Out
"The type of act you want to catch again and again, year after year." - One4Review
"The Glasgow comedy queen" - The List
"The most outspoken female stand-up in Britain& The most ribald and refreshing comedy talent to have risen from the slums of Glasgow since Billy Connolly&" - Daily Telegraph

www.janeygodley.com

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