Susan Murray has emerged as one of the best female stand-ups in the UK and was the first ever woman to MC Decompression gigs for the British Army / CSE. She is in the top 100 Huffington Post funny women Tweeters. She’s wrote for and was a guest on Jeremy Hardy Talks To The Nation and has also starred in Stephen K Amos’ Idiots Guide both for Radio 4.
She has penned 4 successful solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival; as well as performing in several comedy plays and sketches. Susan made her TV acting debut in the 3rd series of ITV’s “The Job Lot”, besides Jo Enright and Russell Tovey. She is currently presenting on East London Radio and about to go on tour with ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ star Daliso Chaponda.
Gigging All Over
She has written and starred in the topical web show ‘Britain’s Got People’ with Dave Cohen (Have I Got News For You / Horrible Histories). Susan is working nationally for the majority of promoters and clubs in the UK; and has gigged internationally in: Quatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Germany, Luxembourg, Brussels, Ireland.
Her versatility means that as well as corporate gigs Susan works; Biker Festivals and music festivals including: Glastonbury, Bestival, The Big Chill, Reading, V, Download.
Susan Murray Acting Up
Acting credits include starring in the TV comedy drama “Love, Lies and Lipstick” for ITV; Arthur Smith Sings Leonard Cohen (Pleasance, Edinburgh Festival and Garrick London); and Itch Scratch at The Pleasance Theatre.
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Matthew Willetts MA is the Director of Comicus who has over 35 years experience in television, film, theatre, and comedy club/cabaret entertainment, working as a performer, screenwriter, producer and agent. He lectured at Southampton Solent University in Comedy, Screenwriting, Television, Theatre & Radio. Matthew can sometimes be seen and heard on TV & Radio and often quoted in the national press and media publications. As well as speaking regularly at festivals and industry conferences, he has been a judge at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Montreux Television Festival.
Some reviews ofSusan Murray
compelling believable and richly funny
Her ability to make quirky connections allows her to build a compelling believable and richly funny picture of 21st century womanhood… Anyone who loves the work of Sarah Millican and Kerry Godliman will find plenty to enjoy here