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Born and educated in Kenya she attended university in London and State University of New York. Holds an IT degree. Worked in IT before retraining to work high education, a precursor to venturing into the world of stand-up comedy. Fluent in 3 languages. Since her debut at the Comedy cafe, she has been tipped as the hottest thing to come out of the Africa since the Sahara. Within 14 months os starting comedy, she was voted 1 of the top 5 Female comedians by the Sun’s Fabulous magazine. She was nominated the best Female New comer at the Black comedy Awards. She has been on Radio 2 and BBC Radio 4Xtra. She is currently working on a one woman show called Njambi in Bongo-Licious.
She performs regularly in the London circuit e.g Just-The-Tonic, The Comedy Store, Piccadilly Comedy club, Backyard Comedy, oi oi Comedy, Bearcat, comedy café, Leicester square theatre, Drayton Arms, Top secret comedy, Downstairs at the Kingshead Crouch end, Up the creek, Mirth control, Soho comedy club, Edge comedy Monkey Business Kentish town and many others. She is the resident MC at the heavenly comedy Shepherds Bush.
The Sun's fabulous magazine voted Njambi 1 of the top 5 Female Comedians to watch out for 2012.
“Her unique voice makes her an interesting choice for voice over work. “Very funny new stand up from Kenya now living in London. Wicked sense of humour, fresh new and very original” Donna M2M Voices. This what M2M put on their website: ‘Njambi McGrath has been voted one of the top 5 female comedians to watch by Fabulous Magazine. We have seen her live several times and we couldn’t agree more. A fresh new and original talent from Kenya”. http://www.m2mvoices.com/
Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/lynne-parker/rape-can-you-joke-about-it_b_1805974.html said this ‘Njambi McGrath is a Kenyan comic now based in London, who includes some edgy material …… - she 'owns' this experience ‘
Creative cows: ‘What you see with Njambi is not what you get. A quiet person off stage, her material is strong, funny and very cleverly constructed. She raised some great laughs from the audience’.
Talent GB ‘: …And Njambi McGrath, a Kenyan comic, provided the most laughs per routine, with her clever parody of racial stereotypes’.http://talentgb.com/news/funny-women-awards-comic-talent-hots-heats
“Very well thought set” Noel Faulkner comedy café
“Very clever dark humor” Lynn Parker Funny women
“Great set… very impressive indeed” Paul Tonkinson
“Njambi McGrath wowed Paul Tonkinson and audience” Costalight press release
“…reminds me of Shirzia Mirza” Phil Zimmerman promoter /comedian
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