Njambi McGrath.

Njambi McGrath

BCG Features

Accommodation woes

Wednesday 14th August 2019

We asked a range of comedians about their accommodation at this year's Fringe, and for disaster stories from previous years.

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Edinburgh rules

Monday 12th August 2019

Many performers set themselves Edinburgh rules, like not drinking for the month. We asked this year's Fringers what theirs are.

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Press Clippings

Review: Stand Up 4 Women, Phoenix Arts Club

I'm not a comedy critic. I know what makes me laugh, and also that a good laugh is what we all need right now. I disclaim this primarily because Sikisa - host of the fifth annual Stand Up 4 Women comedy gala - has no time for comedy critics: "Just don't!" she breaks off to tell everyone. However, she has nothing to fear because the night, though uneven, gives enough good laughs, and all for a very good cause.

Matt Barton, A Younger Theatre, 8th March 2021

Review: Stand Up 4 Women

Hosted by Sikisa live from a podium at the Phoenix Arts Club, the six performers appear via Zoom from their own homes enhanced by an invisible 'front row' with an invited Zoom audience of comedians (visible only to each other) providing a focus for the performer and adding a real-time laughter track that creates a bit of extra atmosphere.

Maryam Philpott, The Reviews Hub, 7th March 2021

Njambi McGrath wins writing grant

Njambi McGrath has been awarded thousands of pounds to help her write her next book.

Chortle, 8th December 2020

Njambi McGrath to record Radio 4 stand-up series

Radio 4 has commissioned Njambi McGrath to perform a stand-up series based on her show Accidental Coconut.

British Comedy Guide, 6th August 2020

Expectation options Njambi McGrath's novel

The debut novel by comedian Njambi McGrath, Through The Leopard's Gaze, has been optioned for a television adaptation by production company Expectation.

British Comedy Guide, 18th June 2020

New Act of the Year Final review

Glimpses of star comedy billings of the future.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 5th February 2020

Njambi McGrath interview

The Kenya-born UK comedian and author on the things that make her laugh the most.

Harriet Gibsone, The Guardian, 31st January 2020

Interview: Njambi McGrath on her autobiography

I had a chat with comedy performer Njambi McGrath at the Museum of Comedy in London. Her autobiographical memoir Through the Leopard's Gaze is published today in print and as an audio book.

John Fleming, John Fleming's Blog, 30th January 2020