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Laura Lexx

Laura Lexx

  • English
  • Writer and stand-up comedian

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Audio: Discussion on impact of cancel culture on comedy

Suchandrika Chakrabarti, Laura Lexx, James Meehan and Leo Kearse talk about 'cancel culture' and its possible consequences for comedy. Discussion starts at 13:52.

The Times, 15th October 2020

Review: Laura Lexx's Klopp Actually

Klopp Actually is a wholesome and hilarious escape to a peaceful normality.

Blizzard Comedy, 22nd September 2020

Book review: Klopp Actually by Laura Lexx

This might work better as a toilet book, one that you pick up and read a couple of pages at a time, but anyone approaching it in any other way will probably walk away a little disappointed.

Alex Finch, Comedy To Watch, 14th September 2020

British Comedy Guide launches Laughter Lounge online comedy festival

British Comedy Guide is launching Laughter Lounge, a virtual comedy festival due to run Monday 28th September until Sunday 4th October. Acts include Tom Allen, David O'Doherty and Luisa Omielan.

British Comedy Guide, 7th September 2020

Laura Lexx on imagining marriage in her new book

"It was fun to write sexy literature about domestic actions that make you feel tingly."

Blizzard Comedy, 20th August 2020

DLT Entertainment launches new podcast division

Award-winning production and distribution company DLT Entertainment has launched its new podcast division alongside two new comedy podcast series, When No One's Watching and National Treasures with Laura Lexx & Will Duggan.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 13th May 2020

Laura Lexx gets two book deal

Following on from her viral Twitter thread, Laura Lexx has been signed by a publisher to write an imaginary diary of life married to football manager Jürgen Klopp. She'll also write a novel about an amateur women's netball team.

British Comedy Guide, 11th May 2020

Laura Lexx crowdsources a novel in lockdown

Stand-up Laura Lexx is surely not the only person killing time during the lockdown by writing a novel. But in a twist, the comedian is crowdsourcing the plot, getting her audience to suggest key story points each nigh.

Chortle, 17th April 2020

Comedians indoors getting creative: part 3

Comedians aren't just at risk of cabin fever during this time of social distancing and self-isolation, gig cancellations have meant not just loss of earnings but also fewer chances to try out new material or build audiences. However, being a creative lot, comedians have been flexing their comedy muscles online, using YouTube, Twitch, Twitter and other sites to connect with audiences, new and established alike. To help you get your comedy fix, every week we'll be putting together a list of projects we've spotted online by funny women...

Funny Women, 3rd April 2020

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