her successful 2002 Edinburgh Fringe Debut in 'Stand-Up Scotland' at
The Stand, Kirsty hasn't looked back.
In 2003, she was invited to The Comedy Store, London, after being chosen
from the Scottish heat of the first Babycham Funny Women competition.
Along with her regular circuit work, she was invited to the first and
second Glasgow International Comedy Festivals and The North Lanarkshire
Comedy Festival where she supported Parrot by request and has been asked
back for more this year. She was then invited to do a short run at The
Govan Comedy Festival as well as judging their competition in collaboration
with Channel 4. Kirsty also co-ordinated and performed at this years
Greenock Rox Festival.
has been well received in both the Scotland and the North of England
Circuits and has started accepting bookings for further afield. She
is in demand as a compere and as support act for more established acts
like Michael Redmond, Bruce Morton and Frankie Boyle.
S.T.V Scotland Today.
Thistle TV (The Patrick Rolink Show and The Comic Bunch.).
She is currently in discussion with i2i Television and Discovery Home
with her other work she is currently programming a new Arts Festival
which will be launched next year and is working on a consultancy basis
for local community arts and regeneration projects.
She has agreed to be main support on an upcoming national tour kicking
off at Alexanders, Chester, in January 2005 and is to appear in her
first 'two-handed' show at next years Glasgow International Comedy Festival,
details to follow.
"..beautiful and distinct style.." -The Metro
"..cheeky smile and soft voice that belie the sharp wit and dirty
mind underneath." - Evening News
" ..unspeakable sex toy - wrapped in an oven mitt. " - Evening
" ..gentle self deprecating routine.." - The Times (Robert
" ..already several degrees more hilarious than lots of comics
with 10 times her experience. " - The Herald (David Belcher)