SUZI RUFFELL NEWS
Join two of comedy's rising young stand up stars as they embark on their first UK tours. Both fresh from supporting their comedy peers and idols, Romesh Ranganathan (returned from tours supporting Seann Walsh, Bill Burr and Ricky Gervais) and Suzi Ruffell (back from opening for Josh Widdicombe, Alan Carr and Kevin Bridges) will now take their hotly anticipated shows on the road.
Rom Wasn't Built in a Day
Join Romesh Ranganathan as he hits the road with his eagerly anticipated brand new show Rom Wasn’t Built In A Day. The last eighteen months have been incredible for Ranganathan with him winning the prestigious Leicester Mercury New Act Award and his critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival debut being nominated for the coveted Best Newcomer Award, culminating in his debut appearance on Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo, Russell Howard's Good News, Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live, a regular slot on Channel 4's weekly topical show Stand Up For The Week, hosting BBC Radio 4 Extra's Newsjack and an appearance Radio 4's long-running and beloved The Now Show.
Fresh from supporting some of the UK's top comedians on their sold out tours, Suzi Ruffell hits the road with her hotly anticipated second show Social Chameleon. In it the 'stand-up gem' (The Guardian) questions why she spent twenty-seven years trying to make anyone and everyone like her. Turns outs it takes a fat bully from Swansea, a too-honest mother and searching a Parisian graveyard for someone she has never heard of to give up trying and just be herself and yes we are all hoping she hasn't turned out to be a dickhead.
** This show may contain traces of rapping.
Edinburgh Festival 2011 will see Suzi performing as part of The Lunchtime Club, The Tron, 9 Hunter Street. 12.30-2pm daily.
Off The Kerb Productions are proud to welcome Suzi Ruffell to the stable. Suzi began her stand-up career at just 23 years old. After only eighteen months of performing all over the UK, this bright young comic from Portsmouth was nominated for the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011.
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Fresh from supporting some of the UK’s top comedians on their sold out tours including Channel 4’s Chatty Man, Alan Carr, star of The Last Leg, Josh Widdicombe and Scotland’s finest, Kevin Bridges, Suzi Ruffell, is currently on the road with her hotly anticipated second show Social Chameleon. In it the ‘stand-up gem’ (The Guardian) questions why she spent twenty-seven years trying to make anyone and everyone like her. Turns outs it takes a fat bully from Swansea, a too-honest mother and searching a Parisian graveyard for someone she has never heard of to give up trying and just be herself and yes we are all hoping she hasn’t turned out to be a dickhead.
Suzi Ruffell began her stand-up career at just twenty-three years old. After only eighteen months of performing all over the UK this bright young comic from Portsmouth was nominated for the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2011 and awarded second place in the Latitude Festival New Act Competition 2011. Her debut Edinburgh show in August 2012 saw her receive rave reviews and star in BBC Three’s Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live. Since then Suzi has gone on to star in Live at the Comedy Store, LOLz Lounge, as well as numerous appearances on Radio 4 including Fresh From The Fringe.
Outside the realms of stand-up Suzi is a talented actor and writer; one of her sitcoms was nominated for a 2012 BAFTA Roclidde New Writing Award and is currently in development. She has also written additional material for TV shows such as The Last Leg, Mock The Week and 8 Out Of 10 Cats.
‘She makes you laugh – a lot…’ **** – Broadway Baby
‘Suzi’s great. A lovely stage persona, hugely likable and definitely one to watch!’ – Time Out
‘Completely won over, thoroughly enjoyable’ – British Comedy Guide
‘The gags roll off her tongue as if it was second nature’ **** – Funny Women