Following on from her hugely successful Keeping it Classy tour, Suzi Ruffell brings her show Nocturnal to Oxford on Friday, 1st February.
Suzi Ruffell is taking anxiety to the next level… so much so that she’s getting anxious about getting anxious!
She is quite simply worried about everything – someone breaking into her flat, will the next series of The Crown be as good as the first two, her cat’s happiness and that’s before you even start on finding love and politics.
But one thing the 32-year-old stand-up doesn’t need to worry about is her popularity and esteem as a comedian.
After all who can’t identify with tales of social ineptitude and taking a sideways look at the world.
Having sold out at last year’s Edinburgh Festival and earning five-star reviews a plenty, she is now taking that show, Nocturnal, on the road with a stop in Oxford.
Regarded as one of the best breakthrough acts in the UK, Suzi was nominated for the Chortle Best Breakthrough Act last year as well as having her Edinburgh show filmed as a special for Live at the BBC. Suzi quickly established herself on the live comedy scene, supporting Alan Carr, Josh Widdicombe, Kevin Bridges and Romesh Ranganathan.
And if you think she looks familiar that’s because you’ve probably seen her on Mock the Week or Comedy Central’s Stand Up Central and with more TV projects in the pipeline she might soon be developing anxiety about the number of people recognising her.