Maddy Bye

  • Actor and comedian

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Comedians' Choice Awards 2022 results

Rob Copland, Jordan Gray and Martin Willis are the winners of the Comedians' Choice Awards 2022, the Edinburgh Fringe-based awards which are determined by performers.

British Comedy Guide, 28th August 2022

Siblings discuss taking us back to school for some serious silliness and escapism

Siblings invent a new genre and they're calling it 'Cletchsongsical comedy'.

Katy Davies, Entertainment Focus, 21st August 2022

Fringe Q&A: Sister comedy duo Siblings can't imagine doing the job with anyone else

Here, they answer our questions about the festival...

Ross Crae, The Sunday Post, 12th August 2022

Siblings share how comedy has helped their mental health

Probably one of the most soothing things for mental illness is escape.

Maddy & Marina Bye, Female First, 14th July 2022

7 sketch shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe 2022

Expect sketches, songs and lots of silliness.

Elliot Gonzalez, I Talk Telly, 10th July 2022

Brighton Fringe - An Editor's View and our Brighton Fringe Award Winner

A leaner Brighton Fringe shows its resilience with a programme of the usual mix of weird, wonderful and the down right exemplary.

Simon Topping, The Reviews Hub, 12th June 2022

Brighton Fringe - Siblings and Sami review

Fabulous sketch comedy and marvellously outlandish clowning from this comedic power duo, plus one.

Simon Topping, The Reviews Hub, 2nd June 2022

Pleasance announces second batch of Edinburgh shows

The second official on-sale for Pleasance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe has been announced.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 5th April 2022

Brighton Fringe review - Siblings and Sami - The Warren

A fantastic wayward mix of idiot and further idiot Siblings are ones to watch; the future of UK sketch comedy. Or, at the very least, simply two funny women pratting around making an audience thoroughly tickled by their antics. Either way the result is a joy to behold.

Simon Topping, The Reviews Hub, 4th June 2021

Comedians quit Yesterday, Today & The Day Before in protest

Comedy Central's irreverent news show Yesterday, Today & The Day Before has been plunged into controversy after presenters Sophie Duker and Kemah Bob quit in protest over its decision not to address the Israel-Palestine conflict.

British Comedy Guide, 27th May 2021

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