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Kate Smurthwaite

More than 2,000 shows including the Bloomsbury Theatre, Soho Comedy Club, Comedy Cafe, Jongleurs, Glee Club, Chuckle Club, 99 Club, Komedia, Jesters, Backyard Comedy Club, Outside The Box and Amused Moose.

Currently resident compere – Fridays and upstairs on Saturdays at Soho Comedy Club.  Host and writer of London’s most popular live political panel show The Comedy Manifesto.

Edinburgh Festival 2006: Solo show – Adrenaline (about dangerous sports) at Roman Eagle Lodge.
Edinburgh Festival 2007: Performed in Sing-Along-A-The-Joy-Of-Sex (with David Mulholland), compered the F-Show (late night cabaret), Comedy Cocktail (sketch and improv show).
Edinburgh Festival 2008: solo show – Apes Like Me at C Soco Urban Garden.
Edinburgh Festival 2009: solo show – The News At Kate at Voodoo Rooms (formerly Cafe Royal).
Also Brighton, New York, Newbury and Bury St Edmunds festivals – scheduled to appear at Malmo Comedy Festival Jan 2010.

TV & Radio:
Panelist on Where In The World? (Sky) and The Big Questions (BBC One TV), presenter’s friend on The Richard Bacon Show and The Stephen Nolan Show (BBC Radio Five), guest on The Breakfast Show (BBC One TV), Women’s Hour (BBC Radio Four) The Vanessa Feltz Show (BBC Radio London) and many others.  Hosted own shows on Radio Jackie and Leith FM.

Appearing in Debate Box – new comedy debate show, coming out late 2009/early 2010.

“Charming, witty and with just a hint of a wicked glint in her eye, Kate Smuthwaite’s exuberant and affable personality is a little reminiscent of an excitable, slightly irresponsible head girl luring impressionable fourth formers into some illicit fun. You’d have to be made of granite not to warm to her.«««« National Student
“A powerhouse of observational wit” The Spectator
“Comedy that cuts through the crap” «««« Three Weeks
“There is very little for me to write here.  Honestly.  Nothing at all.  It really was that good.  ... Unbelievably jealous of all those of you that are in Edinburgh to the end of the month and can catch this show every day” ««««« Broadway Baby