Ange Lavoipierre
Ange Lavoipierre

Ange Lavoipierre

  • Australian
  • Comedian and journalist

Press clippings

Ange Lavoipierre and Jane Watt: Unhinged

"It's a faux-amateur farce, where Jane and Ange compete for what the show should be about."

Entertainment Now, 11th August 2023

Q&A: Ange Lavoipierre, Your Mother Chucks Rocks And Shells

"It's like watching the 1973 classic film The Exorcist during a particularly bad bout of insomnia, if the film was a naked burrito, made only using gay ingredients plucked from pop culture."

Funny Women, 9th August 2023

Welcome To My Nightmare

Ian Smith, Ange Lavoipierre and Emma Lister reveal their Fringe-inspired stress dreams, from forgotten lines to being trapped in a surreal stage.

Ben Venables, Fest Mag, 4th August 2023

#SNAPCHATZ Episode 50: Embracing the rebellious spirit at #EdFringe 2023

Welcome to #SNAPCHATZ Episode 50(!), where we spotlight the "Rebellious Spirit at #EdFringe 2023" as we explore Ange Lavoipierre's witty comic narrative in Your Mother Chucks Rocks and Shells, Young Pleasance's vibrant Showgirls and Spies weaving bravery, glamour and resistance, and finally, Dahn Rozario's daring social commentary with White People Need to Relax. Don't miss these engaging, rebellious narratives that are sure to challenge your perspectives and ignite conversation!

WJ Quinn, The Quintessential Review, 27th July 2023

Edinburgh Fringe Rarely Asked Questions - Ange Lavoipierre & Jane Watt

Already a critical success at the Adelaide Fringe, this marks the first time she has moved away from straight stand-up and, no longer concerned with or constricted by genre, presents THE show she has really always wanted to do.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 26th July 2023

Interview with journalist and comedian Ange Lavoipierre

"In 2019 I was doing a show where I would make someone in the audience pretend to be my dad and I gave him lines and this one guy went off book and started flirting with me. I would have loved some sleeping pills that night."

Tom Inniss, Voice Magazine, 19th July 2023

Edinburgh 2023: Ange Lavoipierre Q&A

BWW caught up with Ange Laviopierre to chat about bringing Your Mother Chucks Rocks And Shells to the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Natalie O'Donoghue, Broadway World, 10th July 2023

Has cancellation killed comedy? 15 Edinburgh Fringe comics speak out

Is comedy in the cross-hairs of the Culture War? Our Writer at Large asked 15 stars of the Edinburgh Fringe.

Neil MacKay, The Herald, 9th July 2023

Where are all the gross female comedians?

Ange Lavoipierre on the joys of looking disgusting.

Ange Lavoipierre, Chortle, 7th July 2023

Underbelly puts more Edinburgh shows on sale

Underbelly has announced a host of new shows for their Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2023 programme.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 28th March 2023

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