Tour de force, Grace Campbell survived a childhood in British politics, to become a critically acclaimed comedian, writer, filmmaker and activist. Storming the Edinburgh Fringe with a complete sell out run, she is about to embark on a national tour, kicking off in London at the Soho Theatre on 17th February 2020.
From a very young age, Grace has been taking on powerful men when she was growing up in and around Westminster, starting with her father Alastair Campbell and his ex-boss Tony Blair. Since then Grace has challenged the patriarchy with her feminist collective The Pink Protest. Now, she wants to have a friendly fight with the world she grew up in; politics.
In Grace's debut stand-up show, you can expect vagina jokes, why she thinks she caused Brexit, anecdotes of hanging out with Putin's kids, plus trying (and failing) to bring the Labour Party back together. Grace is refreshingly rude, laugh-out-loud funny and wildly outspoken.
Monday 17th - 18th Tuesday February 2020: London, Soho Theatre Downstairs
Sunday 23rd February 2020: Leicester, Leicester Comedy Festival
Tuesday 25th February 2020: Brighton, Komedia Studio
Wednesday 26th February 2020: Maidenhead, Norden Farm Centre
Sunday 1st March 2020: Bristol, Tobacco Factory Theatre
Tuesday 3rd March 2020: Cambridge, Junction
Sunday 8th March 2020: Edinburgh, Gilded Balloon Basement
Sunday 21st March 2020: Newcastle, The Stand
Tuesday 24th March 2020: Leeds, Hyde Park Book Club
Wednesday 25th March 2020: Salford, The Lowry
Thursday 26th March 2020: York, The Basement