Bad Monkey is a boutique agency which specialises in representing live comedy and theatre acts. Our clients are British TV and Radio regulars, Sony Radio Award Rising Star nominees, Funny Women Awards Semi-Finalists and Finalists, Musical Comedy Awards Winners, Hilarity Bites Winners and sell-out Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Picks of the Fringe.
Bad Monkey takes on clients we are truly enthusiastic about, meaning we deliver a personal, dedicated and truly passionate service.
Cast made up of stars of hit podcast Welcome to Nightvale Show 'Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind' in it's 29th year New York Innovative Theatre Awards recipients for 'Best Performance Art Production' in 2006, 'Outstanding Ensemble' in 2009, and Caffe Cino Award 2010 2009 Village Voice Readers’ Choice poll for Best Performance Art and was named one of the nytheatre.com People of the Year 2009.
Guest spot on The Chris Ramsey Show. Appeared on BBC Radio 2’s New Comedy Awards. Two guest slots on Live At The Electric. Runner up in The Amused Moose 2013 Laugh Off competition.
5* Sell-Out show at Edinburgh Fringe 2016, VAULT Festival 2017. UK's first all-female long-form improv troupe. Laughing Horse New Act of the Year and Funny Women Awards Semi-Finalists.
As seen on and written for BBC2, Channel 4, Sky 1 & BBC America. Sony Radio Award 'Rising Star' nominee. First book 'My Groupon Adventure' was published June 2016. "Great charm and talent in a beautifully constructed show." - Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
Winner of the Musical Comedy Awards 2016 - Audience Favourite Act "Clever gags and witty songs...delivered with laser-guided timing" - Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke
Winner of Hilarity Bites 2016 "Bags of charm...there is no denying she is a star of the future" - Notts Comedy Review
"Stand-out star" - The Public Reviews "One to watch" - Funny Women
1/3 of BBC Three's 'Wit Tank' Semi-finalist in So You Think You’re Funny? (2009) Semi-Finalist in Amused Moose Laugh-Off (2010) “Like a young Simon Amstell…Impressively funny…Terrific material” Kate Copstick, The Scotsman