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Jo Brand is an outstanding corporate speaker, brilliant event host and side-splitting after dinner speaker. Sussed, polemic, deceptively droll, with a razor-sharp perspective on all that is sexist and sizeist, her popularity is well deserved.
Jo’s first job was at Dr Barnardo’s home as a psychiatric nurse, dealing with drug addicts, alcohol abuse and the clinically depressed. It was her sense of humour that kept her going. Since gaining a cult following on the London cabaret circuit, Jo Brand has established herself as one of the best female comics in Britain. Subjects close to Jo’s heart – such as feminism, fat people and chocolate – remain a staple of her humour.
Aside from her award-winning Channel 4 show, Jo Brand Through The Cakehole, Jo’s other television appearances include: BBC’s Have I Got News For You, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Absolutely Fabulous and Question Time. In addition to her television success, Jo still remains passionate about performing live, boasting, “nothing tops the thrill of the theatre.”
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"The laughter never stopped the whole evening... at the finale, the audience would not let Jo leave the stage and cried for more. In true pop star fashion she resumed her position from behind the curtain and delivered a series of one-liners while the audience clapped and cheered." The Times
"Her act contains more swearing and sexual references than the entire work of Tarantino and Cronenberg put together... But like a ravenous crowd in front of a table full of cream cakes, they simply scoffed the lot. The audience were so well tuned to Brand's particular brand of humour that the very mention of the word 'chocolate' early on was greeted with whoops of delight." The Independent