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4th – 8th February, 7:30pm, Soho Theatre, London

“If you think she’s hilarious behind a panel-show desk just wait till she gets on a live stage” – The Scotsman

Zoe Lyons UK tour of her new show Entry Level Human started on 14th September in Ivybridge culminating on 21st February in Bordon and is the follow up to 2016’s ‘Little Misfit’. This week you can find Zoe at the Soho Theatre in London. Tickets are from £13.00.

CHORTLE ****

THE SCOTSMAN **** EDINBURGH FESTIVALS ****

FUNNY WOMEN ***** ONE 4 REVIEW ***** BROADWAY BABY *****

THE VOICE **** DEADLINE NEWS **** SCOTSGAY ****

*JUST ADDED – FEBRUARY LONDON DATES AT SOHO THEATRE*

Entry Level Human

“Just hit after hit after hit from a stand-up who’s very much operating at advanced level” – Chortle

Zoe’s trademark high energy, brilliantly observed routines and sharply written material has left her with an ever-growing fan base and Entry Level Human won’t disappoint.  Earning 4 and 5 star reviews, Zoe packed out the Ballroom at Gilded Balloon at the Fringe.  

Entry Level Human talks about her fears for humanity with a world full of people including herself who get by with base level skills. She wonders whether this should be a cause for fear or whether we should just all just accept our inadequacies and embrace the fact that we’re still hanging on, despite all odds. She notes the rise in stupidity she’s witnessed post Brexit and the idiot behaviour of those of us that blindly follow and rely on the internet and wonders whether if we push ourselves out of our boundaries and challenge ourselves we can evolve or whether we will all ultimately always be Entry Level.

“For an hour of non-stop, laugh out loud comedy there really is no need to go any further” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

As well as touring, Zoe exhibited her culinary prowess on BBC One’s Celebrity Masterchef. She also has her own Radio 4 series ‘Zoe Lyons: Passport Paddy’ in which she travels around Ireland in order to reconnect with the land she spent her young childhood in as she finds that Brexit has made her suddenly wanting to embrace that side of her roots (for the passport).

’Entry Level Human’ is a masterclass in how to write, construct and perform a show” – Funny Women

February Tour Dates

Zoe’s debut hour at the Edinburgh Festival gained her a nomination for the Perrier Award. She also has hosted the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny Final in Edinburgh for four years. Zoe is also a talented actress, having starred in Outings at the Edinburgh Festival in 2014, which was later transferred to the St James Theatre in London.

FEBRUARY DATES 2019:

Fri 1st                        FROME – Merlin Theatre                       

                                    merlintheatre.co.uk | 01373 465949

Sat 2nd                      BRIDGWATER – McMillan Theatre                    

                                    mcmillantheatre.com | 01278 556677

Mon 4th – 7th            SOHO THEATRE – Soho Downstairs

Fri 8th                        CANTERBURY – Marlowe Theatre                    

                                    marlowetheatre.com | 01227 787787

Thurs 21st                BORDON – Phoenix phoenixarts.co.uk | 01420 472664

Credits

Zoe won both the Comedian’s Comedian Award and Chortle Best Club Comic in 2017. Other TV credits include being a series regular on Mock The Week (BBC 2) and The Wright Stuff (Channel 5), Room 101 (BBC 1), Dara O’Briain’s Go 8-Bit (Dave), Channel 4’s Comedy GalaLive At The Apollo (BBC 2), The John Bishop Show (BBC 1), Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave), Pointless Celebrities (BBC 1) and winner of Celebrity Mastermind (BBC 1), ‘And They’re Off… for Sport Relief’ (BBC One). Her radio credits include The Frank Skinner Show and The Jason Manford Show (Absolute), The News QuizJust a MinuteThe Unbelievable TruthThe Now Show, It’s Not What You Know and The Rest is History (BBC Radio 4). She has her own series commissioned by BBC Radio 4, “Passport Paddy”, to be broadcast this autumn.