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Ellen Tomlinson

Female Comedian, Manchester Comedian and Gay Comedian Catergories

Observational comedian with witty stories of growing up in Manchester, an embarassing Mother and a year away travelling.

Once in receipt of a ‘female Russell Brand’ accolade, it seems to be the only thing Ellen Tomlinson is not angry about. Ellen is officially useless at EVERYTHING life could ever present and luckily for us, the past ten years have been noted down and turned into fresh, daring and hugely exciting observational comedy that went down a storm at the Greater Manchester Fringe in July. Full of cringe worthy and relatable tales from growing up fat AND gay, the workplace and life as a hopeless graduate, if one positive can be drawn is that this is one very funny girl with a hilarious outlook on the World. Real XS comedian of the year finalist 2013, Ellen has also worked with BBC3 on sitcom development for the Funny On Three initiative last year and is a regular at the Women in Comedy Festival.

Ellen’s first solo show at the the Women in Comedy Festival was the first to sell out. In a packed room with a hilarious collection of stories and memoirs from a year of backpacking. From hippy cults, dead dogs, anger management and the surprise arrival of her pissed up Mum; Ellen let us know why the sight of Manchester Airport was rapidly taking prime location on the bucket list.

"Ellen is brilliant, just from her very first gig bags of potential, made me jealous straight away she's got such funny bones" Bethany Black

"Likeable with lots of potential" Steve Bennett of Chortle

Character, Improv and script writing capabilities.

Real XS Comedian Of The Year Finalist 2013
'Beat The Frog' winner Janaury 2016