Cally is a natural storyteller full of intelligent, distinctive and punchline-rich material. At the end of last year Cally won the prestigious 2017/2018 Piccadilly Comedy Club New Act of the Year competition after being tipped as one of the comedians to watch for 2017 by Chortle. Her radio and television appearances include: BBC Radio 4, including most recently on Museum of Comedy, Radio 6 Music and her first episode of QI on BBC2 aired in January 2018.
As well as being an experienced comedian, Cally has worked as an MC and after-dinner speaker in the corporate, education and charity sectors. She has performed in venues across the UK, as well as regularly appearing on the New York circuit and in Holland. Her Finalist credits include: Fresh Comedy Knights 2016, Max Turner Prize 2016, Bath Comedy Festival 2016, Gotham Comedy New Talent New York 2015.
Cally took her first show, Cat Call, to Edinburgh in 2016 with comedy partner Catherine Bohart, where it received a Malcolm Hardee Award. Her debut solo show, Super Cally Fragile Lipstick, was a sell-out hit at Edinburgh in 2017, receiving 4**** reviews, national press coverage and picked as Best of Edinburgh Fringe by The Arts Desk.
She relishes engaging with live audiences and turning gender stereotypes on their head. She is awesomely funny. And modest too.
Cally also does work as an MC and after-dinner speaker, which you can find out more about here.
“Cally is a comedy queen – fiery, intelligent and totally original”
Sara Pascoe, Comedian
“Exciting and hilarious talent…she’s got it”
“A razor sharp comedy natural, destined for great things”
Lynne Parker – Funny Women
“Properly funny. A real find.”
“A very funny and original comedic voice”
Andy Engel – Gotham Comedy Club, New York
“A great comedian who puts the war in heart-warming stories of modern life. Love her!”
Charlotte Ashton – Creative Director, Comic Relief
“One of the funniest new comics I’ve seen in the past five years. See her now before success or bitterness destroy her”
Logan Murray – Comedian, Actor & Author
“Not even a bit funny. She’s just embarrassing” 16 year old daughter