Sugar Baby. The story of how a day drinking primary school teacher changed her life by becoming a sugar baby - living a life of luxury and ruining herself in the process. Crazy stories, life lessons and absolute craic! This is an unmissable show, packed with great stories and jokes."Sexy, sassy and above all funny, McQueen is the hottest Irish comic for years," Telegraph
● Do you want to quit your job and live a life of luxury?
● Do you like to drink all day?
● Do you like to have sex with unsuitable men?
Then this is the show for you. Has she got some stories …
“Just so funny,” Irish Times
This is the tale of how a day-drinking primary school teacher changed her life … by becoming a sugar baby - living a life of luxury and ruining herself in the process. Crazy stories, life lessons and absolute craic!
“One of comedy’s undiscovered talents,” Hot Press
“Such a strong act,” Des Bishop
“Brilliant with the crowd,” Irish Independent
Aideen McQueen is one of the brightest sparks in the new generation of Irish comics. She’s sassy, sexy, saucy and side-splittingly funny.
Aideen appears regularly on RTE, TG4, BBC Northern Ireland and has numerous writing credits with BBC Radio 4. She is one of the resident comperes at the world famous International Comedy Club in Dublin and has supported many top names including: Ardal O’ Hanon, Dylan Moran, Johnny Vegas, Phil Kay, Sean Hughes, Reginald D Hunter, Des Bishop, David O Doherty, Neil Delemere, Arthur Smith and Frankie Boyle.
She has performed at many festivals including The Vodafone Comedy Festival,The Electric Picnic Festival and Prague Comedy Festival. This is her full-length debut at the Fringe.
She is also a professional musician (singer and guitarist), one of the Irish language’s foremost proponents and a former primary school teacher.
She describes herself as, “spontaneous - in the losing my keys rather than the kitesurfing way.”
“Best young comic I’ve seen in ages” Arthur Smith