Hannah Fairweather: Make That The Brand


Hannah Fairweather: Make That The Brand

The Caroline of Brunswick

39 Ditchling Road
Upper Lounge: MAY 30-31 at 20:15 (60 min) - FREE and unticketed

Hannah Fairweather: Make That The Brand

Award-winning comedian Hannah Fairweather is the Taylor Swift of comedy; joking about those who have previously wronged her. During the Edinburgh Fringe 2022, Hannah was included on Dave’s Top Ten Jokes of the Fringe, The Telegraph’s 20 Best Jokes and Funniest One-liners, The Times 20 Best Jokes and British Comedy Guides Recommended Shows. Hannah was 2019 Rising Star New Act of the Year, and semi-finalist in multiple new comedian awards including: BBC New Comedian Award, So You Think You're Funny, Leicester Square, 2Northdown, Komedia Brighton. She has been heard on Union Jack Radio, Times Radio, TalkSport, BBC Sounds, Radio1 and Radio 4, 5Live, and BBC Scotland and has written for The Now Show and Mock The Week.

"Hannah mixes relaxed, confident stage presence with some killer subversive gags. Absolutely one to watch" (Joe Lycett)

"So charming and so many blindsiding jokes. Truly the Taylor Swift of comedy” (Sean McLoughlin)

"Lurking behind that butter wouldn't melt exterior is a dark humour that will catch you beautifully unawares every time.” (Rich Wilson)

“Absolutely cracking jokes, delivered with aplomb and a devilish grin” (Lloyd Langford)

"Exceptionally well-crafted and appealingly dark lines... One to watch” (The Scotsman)

Great gags, call backs and a cohesive narrative, a really strong writing style” ★★★★ (The Sunday Post)

"Fairweather's set is like a long voice note from your funniest friend that you've always got time for” ★★★★ (Skinny)

"A warm, witty performer... One to watch” ★★★★ (RGM)

"A brilliantly well-written show... hysterically cutting... terrific jokes about awful people” ★★★★ (Entertainment Now)

"'The self proclaimed 'Taylor Swift of comedy' and her show certainly reflects the quiet, calculated frustration of the pop star” ★★★★ (The List)

“Eloquent, biting and well-structured... a voice for her generation.” ★★★★ (Broadway Baby)

Ticket types this year are Paid, Pay What You Can and Free - this is how it works: Paid: The show is fully ticketed and you pay in advance or on the door; Pay What You Can: You can choose to buy a ticket in advanced to guarantee entry and what to pay over a minimum amount OR turn up at the venue to get in for free in any space that is left; Free: The show is free entry and can be ticketed or unticketed. Watch the show, and the performer will ask for donations at the end for those that would like to contribute.