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" Far funnier and more inventive than anyone has the right to expect" Evening News
" A performer the audience could have watched all night" Herald and Post
" Outclassed her colleagues" Evening News
" Deliciously cruel The best antidote to mewling rugrats" The Herald
Since bursting onto the scene in March 2002, Jojo Sutherland has climbed the comedy ladder at an alarming pace. She regularly plays at comedy clubs across Scotland and the North of England and is also in great demand for corporate gigs.
As a regular at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh and Glasgow, she alternates between her regular set and compering. Her "healthy neglect" approach to parenting forms the backbone to her material interspersed with everyday grievances and motherly advice.
This charismatic mother of four goes to great lengths to glean material, the most extreme example being her starring role in Channel 4's award winning series " Wife Swap" That experience not only features in her stand-up with hysterical results but has been made into a full length show called "Wife Idol - The Rivals" which she has written and performs with her own theatre company The OneHanded Women.
As an accomplished actress Jojo frequently appears on stage and undertakes work from a variety of fields including radio presenting and improvisational forum theatre, she has also appeared in several short films.
Jojo was a finalist in the inaugural Funny Women Comedy Awards and was part of two world record breaking events - Stand Up 150 and One Big Laugh.
Jojo is a regular contributor for Radio Scotland's " Fred MacAulay Show"
" Proved once again that female comics don't take it lying down . A genuinely great act" Edinburgh Evening News
" Plenty of attitude and a good ear for a punchline" Chortle
" All of her set delivered with an original storytelling slant" Manchester Online
You're not quite right in the heid" Her Son