Recently on Russell Howard’s Good News – soon to be an Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience.

See the RHGN clip here; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9E1RQ05kvs

Named as one of the top comics to watch out for in The Sun, TimeOut, London is Funny, Fest Magazine and Dave TV

“Lou is not like most comedians and when she rips a room, she really rips it hard… she always ensures a memorable live performance”

– The Sun


“‘From the crazy off-beat surrealism of Lou Sanders, it seems like something new is happening in comedy.’

– The Independent


“I don’t think I’ve ever laughed that hard in the first 10 seconds of a show– and it doesn’t let up until she leaves. One of the most innately funny acts I’ve ever come across…..Like a British Kristen Schaal, she has a winning combination of eccentricity and confidence”

– Spoonfed


“Utterly delightful and hugely talented” “Very Funny”. “Destined for hugeness”

– Time Out


“If Vic and Bob had had a baby back in their heyday, it would have grown up to be Lou Sanders. Bonkers show, made me go laugh”

– BBC Radio


“The best comic timing and a very engaging glint in her eye…Genuinely funny jokes”

– Three Weeks


“Chaotic, ramshackle and delightfully silly. Her charm, sparkle and comic timing ensure it’ll be a lot of fun”.

- Dave TV


“A technicolour joy… she throws herself into her ideas with reckless abandon and her irrepressible personality takes you along with it”

– London is Funny


“Quirky, goofy, ridiculous and wonderful”

– GayTimes


“Witty, ambitious, unique and irresistible. Basically, if you’re not entertained by this tornado made up of equal parts charm and total bedlam, you’ve got a problem. ”

– Fest Magazine


“Hugely enjoyable. I would have happily listened for much longer.”

British Comedy Guide


“Masses of charisma and stage presence. Undoubtedly a very funny woman set for a bright future.”

– The Skinny


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Lou Sanders Podcast Comedians Lou Sanders and Catie Wilkins flout convention by discussing the news without first reading the newspapers. It might not be wise, but it is funny.

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