Catriona Knox.

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It's probably impossible to review Roisin Conaty's Gameface without mentioning the F-word: Fleabag.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 12th October 2017

Catriona Knox picks her perfect playlist

The breathtaking audacity is bloody funny.

Chortle, 31st July 2017

Terry Alderton & Catriona Knox on Fringe stress

Terry Alderton and Catriona Knox on enduring the intense pressure comedians face in Edinburgh.

Jenni Ajderian, The Skinny, 28th July 2017

Catriona Knox interview

Catriona Knox is one of the most hilarious LGBTI comics working in the UK today. She's battled the streets of Edinburgh for the fringe festival for years, leading to a sell-out, critically acclaimed run of her show Thinks She's Hard Enough in August 2014. A character comedian, she is the star of BBC Radio 4's Sketchorama and Mission Improbable among others, and is now bringing the show back for a short run in London.

Joe Morgan, Gay Star News, 15th April 2015

Catriona Knox: Post-boom bloom

You, like us, may have first come across the super-talented Catriona Knox as one third of the rather successful sketch troupe the Boom Jennies. But she is back at the Fringe this year with an all new solo show, which garnered high praise from our reviewer, who praised her "joyful set" and "perfectly pitched creations".

Caro Moses, ThreeWeeks, 20th August 2014

The Fest directory: Catriona Knox

Character comic Catriona Knox talks about her favourite restaurants in Edinburgh.

Catriona Knox, Fest Mag, 27th July 2014

Fringe fresh: Catriona Knox

The stand-up comic pauses en route to Edinburgh to share the grossest joke ever.

Stephanie Fernandez, Diva Mag, 7th July 2014

The Catriona Knox three minute interview

Catriona Knox is one third of the popular all-female sketch group The Boom Jennies who have performed no less than six times at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to critical acclaim. Her broadcast credits include BBC One's Not Going Out, BBC Bitesize Shakespeare, and countless Radio 4 shows. Martin askes about her solo Edinburgh offering.

Martin Walker, Broadway Baby, 17th June 2014