Zoe Lyons: Mustard Cutter

Zoe Lyons: Mustard Cutter. Zoe Lyons.

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Stand-up show starring Zoe Lyons performed on the following days in August 2014...

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Edinburgh Comedy Award best newcomer nominee and Dave's Funniest Joke of the Fringe winner Zoe Lyons is also a familiar face on TV with credits including Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow (BBC1), Dave's One Night Stand (Dave) and Don't Sit in the Front Row (Sky Atlantic). She also regularly appears on The Wright Stuff (Five) and Mock the Week (BBC2). Mustard Cutter is her brand new show covering everything from pan pipes to the price of lobster. 'Lyons has what it takes to delight any crowd' **** (Guardian).

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Mustard Cutter is Zoe's brand new show full of her trademark high energy, brilliantly observed routines and sharply written material. Her growing fan base has come to love her warm and physically animated performances.

She is a familiar face on TV with credits including Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow (BBC1), Dave's One Night Stand (Dave), Pointless Celebrities (BBC1) and Don't Sit In The Front Row (Sky Atlantic). She also regularly appears on The Wright Stuff (Channel 5) and Mock The Week (BBC2) with appearances on both series planned for July. She will also be appearing on Britain Versus The World, a new panel show hosted by Ed Byrne for Radio 4, which she is recording in May.

Mustard Cutter is Zoe's sixth solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe and in 2013 she hosted the final of So You Think You're Funny at the Edinburgh Festival. Zoe has also worked extensively abroad including Australia, New Zealand, the Far East and across Europe, This year she performed the Altitude Festival in Austria and will be performing at the Udderbelly Festival in London for the second time. Since 2006 she has run her own very popular monthly night, Bent Double, at the Komedia in Brighton.

Zoe took her first steps on the comedy path after training as an actress at the Poor School in London. She went on to win the Funny Women competition in 2004 and her debut Edinburgh show was nominated for Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Comedy Awards. In 2008 she won Dave's Funniest Joke of the Fringe award.