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Juliet Meyers

“Excellent” Tim Arthur, comedy reviewer TIME OUT

Managing to mix silliness with edginess, Juliet has a chatty style that allows her to interact with the crowd; this makes her much in demand both as a comedian and an MC.

She has been bringing her own brand of hilarious, cerebral, observational, gag –driven, (mostly gender non-specific), comedy to the stage for 7 years.

“Devilish coy look, excellent material with some on the edge gags.” The Scotsman (4 star review )

“Had me in stitches with her witty observations and social judgements.bbc.co.uk

“You changed our audience’s opinion of female comics. They loved you.” Steve Walker Knuts, Peterborough

“Excellent material. Excellent with the audience” Tim Arthur, Time Out

“laugh- out loud funny, wonderfully bizarre ideas.” Chortle

“a very watchable act with engaging material and some excellent lines.”  Silky, Kill for a seat

“Clever material. A female Adam Bloom.” Noel Faulkner, Comedy Café

“Devilishly quick and capable of running with the weirdo in the audience, milking any situation for hilarity.” Edinburgh Evening News

“Stand-up as it should be.” Three Weeks

Juliet is currently working on various comedy radio plays.

Stand-up sets of between 20 minutes and an hour all over UK.

Overseas gigs include: Zanies, Chicago USA and Denmark

Leicester 2008, 2009
Buxton 2008
Henley 2008
Greenbelt (performing clean ‘non swearing/ child friendly’ sets) 2009
Camden Fringe 2009

Caroline Feraday Show: Fridays LBC. Studio guest, chewing the fat etc…
Charlie Jordan Sunday Supplement LBC: Studio guest, reviewing Sunday supplements
Henry Kelly Morning Show:BBC Berkshire. Studio guest reviewing newspapers/being funny about current affairs.

 Hour Shows:
Strange Ears (“great storyteller” Chortle), MeyerSpace (“a very funny and enjoyable comedian who engages the audience perfectly…delightful to watch” Fresh Air at the Festival) and 2006’s A Life: A Fantasy  (“A truly lovely show and one that has resonance” Chortle).