Kate-Lois Elliott: Gentrif*cked (work in progress)
  • Brighton Fringe

British Writers' Guild Award-nominee and Brighton-bred comedian Kate-Lois Elliott tells stories that are self-deprecating and (according to a drunk man at the fringe) unexpectedly profound. Gentrif*cked - work-in-progress - is a Fringe Bursary supported debut show about finding your purpose. Join Kate on a journey through village life, thirty-something existential crises and finding belonging without joining a cult (specifically not like her grandma did).Kate has appeared on the BBC, Netflix and in the Westend, and is also one half of Diversify Podcast, whose guests have included Ria Lina, Kai Samra, Maisie Adam, Tez Ilyas and that guy from Dr Who.British Writers' Guild Award Nominee 2022, British Comedy Guide Talent Award Finalist 2022, West End New Comedian of the Year Finalist 2023, Brighton Fringe Bursary Winner 2023''Could sniff the vodka from the plinth,'' Helen Lederer''Such funny business from this one. Carry on like this and shell be buying a house, which is great but itll ruin my favourite of her jokes'' Jessica Fostekew "Zeitgeisty," BBC Radio Kent''A rising star,'' Hayley Mackenzie, Script Angel

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