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Janice Phayre

Janice is like nothing you have ever seen. Her unique act and unbelievable energy means she has been invited to play all over the world, from Singapore and Bali to Miami and Melbourne where she performed FREEDUMB a show that she co-wrote with Phil Nichol.

Janice was in a double act with Susan Earl before she started doing stand-up. "Comedy perfected to a tee", The List, "Impossible to resist" The Herald, "Gleefully demented" The Scotsman ****. "The. Fringe's favourite Female Duo" London Evening Standard, "Fast-paced rants, film clips and songs keeps us captivated for 60 whirlwind minutes" The List ****.

Janice was a cast member of "Ealing Live" at Ealing Studios.

Finalist Amused Moose Competition
Runner up in the Funny Women Competition
Finalist J2O Jongleurs Comedy Awards
Finalist Hackney Empire New Act Competition

Rich Hall's Cattle Drive on BBC 3
BBC's Coupling
BBC's Fifteen Storeys High (Series 1 & 2)
BBC's The Mitchell and Webb Situation
ITV's Beast

Radio appearances include Radio 4's, London Europe, Think the Unthinkable and Three Wishes.

A skilled actress, Phayre dominates the room through sheer force of personality. With energised, impish charm, she passionately describes, and mimes the reactions that news receives shrieking, like her compatriot Graham Norton, with mock-outrage at her own boldness..she's simply a force to be reckoned with." – Chortle

"Janice Phayre slim, petite, extremely impish, and shows off some of her bottom. It's the start of a blissfully funny set.as much naughtiness as she can get away with (a lot). It's all delivered from a wholly innocent-looking (though mischievous as a pixie's) face - breathlessly - with large round eyes accessorised by remarkably mobile eyebrows. Wonderful, just fabulous." - Fringe Review

"Comedy perfected to a tee" The List

"Impossible to resist" The Herald

"Gleefully demented" The Scotsman ****

"The Fringe's favourite Female Duo" London Evening Standard