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Suzi Ruffell interview

Wednesday 7th March 2018

Suzi Ruffell started writing her latest show, Keeping It Classy, she intended to examine the world she now inhabits. But then unexpected events intervened...


Press Clippings

Line-up for 1st virtual Fringe show revealed

Scottish comedy stars Daniel Sloss, Fern Brady and Craig Hill are to appear in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe's first virtual variety show.

Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 29th July 2020

Comedies announced for Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

Monday night shows will start on August 17 with Rob Beckett, followed by Jimmy Carr (Aug 24) and Russell Brand (Sept 14) and Kerry Godliman, Judi Love and Russell Kane on Sept 21. Two further gigs will take place on September 7 at 6pm and 9pm and will feature Suzi Ruffell, Sindhu Vee, Olga Koch and Gabby Best with more names to be announced - the shows will have different line-ups.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 15th July 2020

Car Park Comedy, Henley review

A review of Dane Baptiste, Hal Cruttenden, Suzi Ruffell and Christian Reilly.

Veronica Lee, The Arts Desk, 13th July 2020

Online comedy night attempts Guinness World Record

For one night only on 1st May at 8pm become part of an official Guinness World Records title attempt for the most visitors to a virtual pub.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 25th April 2020

Suzi Ruffell interview

The comedian, actor and writer on the things that make her laugh the most.

The Guardian, 17th April 2020

West End theatres to stay closed until May 31

Comedy shows affected include Ross Noble at the London Palladium; a run of Richard Gadd's one-man show Baby Reindeer at the Ambassadors, which was also planning a run of late-night comedy shows featuring the likes of Lloyd Griffith, Suzi Ruffell and Bridget Christie; and a performance of Adam Kay's NHS stories This Is Going To Hurt at the Garrick Theatre.

Chortle, 6th April 2020

Comedians working from home

Without any gigs to perform, comics are spreading good cheer on Twitter and TikTok. Here's a roundup of the latest from Suzi Ruffell, Jessica Fostekew, Mo Gilligan and others.

Chris Wiegand, The Guardian, 6th April 2020

The comics standing up for mental health

As the series Comedy Against Living Miserably launches, two comedians explain how their jobs affect their emotional wellbeing - and how they hope to help their audiences.

Paul Fleckney, The Guardian, 23rd March 2020