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Maggy Whitehouse

“There is a great need for a performer like Maggy Whitehouse – an outspoken, slightly sweary female priest – it makes a refreshing counterbalance to the Robin Ince/Brian Cox atheist axis that has been in unchallenged ascendancy. Who would have thought that religion would become the new ‘alternative’? - TV Bomb.

“Funny, warm and strangely inspirational. Gives me faith in comedy” – Paul Tonkinson.

The deliciously funny Rev. Maggy Whitehouse knows a lot more about God’s amusing side, and so she should—she is an ordained Minister as well as a stand-up comedian and author. Maggy offers a side splitting look at religion, the Bible, other priests and what really happens in the hatches, matches and dispatches. But be warned, one thing she is NOT is the cutesy funny vicar. This lady has bite!

Maggy is a former BBC World Service journalist and presenter and an inspired MC for events as well as a uniquely funny act. She is available for religious and spiritual events as well as comedy club and theatre bookings. Each act is specially tailored for her audience.

She lives in Devon and gigs regularly in London, Birmingham and the South West.

Finalist: The Roadhouse Comedy Awards, Birmingham 2014.
Runner-up: Stand Up For Cider, Taunton, July 2015.
Finalist: Funny Women 2015.

“A breath of fresh air to the stand up circuit – absolute joy to witness this fantastic comedian ” — Luke Millan, Comedy Grove.

“A witty presence, acknowledging her unusual place in an atheist-dominated comedy circuit, with an excellent comeback to hecklers” — Steve Bennett, Chortle.

“Ridiculously funny” — Adam Hills, presenter of The Last Leg.

“Bloody good” — Kernow King.

“Deliciously hilarious” — Martin Besserman, Monkey Business, London.

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