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Amy is an award-winning comedian as heard on BBC Radio 4. Armed with her mini keyboard and an opera degree that’s never been useful, she’s on the hunt for a new job. You may pity her, you may love her, but you will want to employ her.
With a degree in Opera and a masters in Pop, Amy works as a professional musician and has written songs for for BBC Radio as well as Oxford University Press. This show, which starts with a sung version of her CV, is about the constant freelance grind of looking for more work. Amy keenly shows the audience the many jobs she “could do” with misguided facts and etiquette.
Amy won the Audience Choice Award at the Musical Comedy Awards (2020), was shortlisted for BBC New Comedy Awards (2021) & has supported Abandoman and Youtuber, Max Fosh.
Amy is an award winning comedian as heard on BBC Radio 4. Equipped with her mini electric piano and an opera degree that’s never been useful, she’s been entertaining crowds since being a kid in Japan. Recognised for being “a clear hit”(Chortle), she’s well on her way to her dream job; to be a household name in comedy. Even if that means singing her CV to everyone under the sun.
Amy has written songs for for BBC Radio 4 and is a composer for Oxford University Press. Amy won the Audience Choice Award at the Musical Comedy Awards (2020), was shortlisted for BBC New Comedy Awards (2021) and won the runner up prize at Beat The Frog World Series (2022).
Press & Reviews 'Praise for previous work"
“Fast-paced and clever” - Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
“A clear hit... a woman of many talents” - Steve Bennet, Chortle
“Funny and impressive” - Asma Younus, BBC Radio Manchester
"Piss funny" - Julie Hesmondhalgh
"Endearing, fresh and hilarious" - Jonny Unknown