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Josephine Lacey

Josephine Lacey first came onto the London comedy circuit in October 2008.  Drawing on her Jamaican-Irish heritage and life experiences she delivers her material with an honest humour and a natural raw energy with the guile and wisdom of someone that's been there, done it and bought the t-shirt.  She has been described as ‘eloquently filthy’ however, delivers her material with an effortless charm and huge smile that leaves audiences loving her and wanting more.

Josephine regularly performs 10-30 minute spots all around London, England and Ireland.  She’s performed at The Edinburgh Fringe 2010 & 2011 where she made a huge impact on audiences and promoters alike with her very funny self.

Since 2013 (to present date) Josephine has been resident Compere of "Josephine Lacey Presents" every Sunday at The Top Secret Comedy Club, Drury Lane.

Josephine is currently showcasing her one woman show "Me and My Little Einstein"

Bio
Josephine Lacey presents her work in progress: "Me and My Little Einstein".
One women with her own unique stories about living with a child who has Autism. Just like her son, the show is a work-in-progress. And while the aim of the show is to raise awareness about Autism and shed some light on what it is like to raise a child with Autism, her stories are heartfelt and heart-warming and her story-telling style couldn't be more honest! Come join her as she shares their experiences and anecdotes. You'll definitely laugh and hopefully come away from the show with a little more awareness that (as Josephine would say) "autism rocks".

Comments:
"Josephine is a comedy bombshell.  She has a raw natural energy which is a joy to watch and even better to watch an audience's reaction as she explodes on stage". – BBC

“Moor’ish” – Jerry Sadowitz