Jenny Bede & Suzi Ruffell: Previews
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Suzi's last three Edinburgh shows were complete sell outs, got heaps of great reviews, were recommended by The British Comedy, The Scotsman and The Sunday Times and went on to tour the country. As seen on BBC's Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week and Live At The BBC, on Comedy Central's Live At The Comedy Store, Stand Up Central and The Roast Battle, on Dave's Jon Richardson's Ultimate Worrier and Hypothetical and heard on Radio 4.

She is also co host of hugely successful podcast 'Tom Allen and Suzi Ruffell's Like Minded Friends'.

'Ruffell really does have funny bones' - The Evening Standard

'She is a flawless stand-up machine' - The List

'Classy stand-up from an emerging star' - The Scotsman


Jenny Bede is an award winning musical comedian, writer and actor.

Jenny first became known for her online parody music videos, which have gained over 4 million YouTube Views. She started doing her songs live in 2013 where she won Best Newcomer at the Musical Comedy Awards after just four gigs.

She was named Comedy's One to Watch by the Observer and took her first hour of musical stand up to Edinburgh in 2015, and her follow up show in 2017, both to great success.

She has written and starred in her own pilot Jenny Bede: AAA with BBC Comedy and written and presented Mad on Chelsea (E4) - the sister show to the BAFTA winning Made in Chelsea.

As an actor Jenny has appeared in Catastrophe (C4), Humans (C4), Lovesick (Netflix), Episodes (BBC2), Broadchurch (ITV), Misfits (E4), Bliss (Sky) and Murder in Successville (BBC3)

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