Funny Femmes (Charlie George, Sharlin Jahan & Alex Bertulis-Fernandes)

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Three badass funny femmes present you with a hilariously diverse triple bill of comedy.

Each of these women have been advised not to do comedy and now, despite their better judgement – and their safety on the streets of London – are doing it.

From being told women aren’t funny, to it not being culturally accepted, these women defy expectations (some low, some high, some non-existent) to bring you their uniquely hilarious view on the world. Proving you shouldn’t think tokenistically about brown girls… because we’re all uniquely brilliant, dangerous & stupid.

Charlie George is an award-winning stand-up comedian and writer.
LGBTQ New Comedian of the Year 2019. So You Think You’re Funny & Funny Women Awards runner up 2019. Charlie has performed stand-up on BBC Asian Network & was chosen to feature in Charlie Brooker’s writers room for Cunk & Other Humans 2019, AntiViral Wipe 2020 and Death to 2020 for Netflix.

Sharlin Jahan is a stand-up comedian, actor, improviser and writer.
Finalist for Rising Star Comedy 2020 and Semi-finalist for Get-up Stand-up 2019. Sharlin’s been featured on Union JACK and BBC Essex Radio. Her writing was longlisted for BBC interconnected 2020. She’s currently going through Second City’s Conservatory programme.

Alex Bertulis-Fernandes is a stand-up, artist and writer.
2Northdown New Act Semi-Finalist and Quantum Leopard winner. Her material’s featured on Union JACK Radio, The Now Show and been described as “astute” by BBC Radio 4’s Commissioning Editor of Comedy. Alex is developing her own podcast pilot (Funny Bitches) in partnership with Rethink Audio. She’s also gone viral for her response to an art teacher’s request that she “dial down the feminism.”

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