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Catherine Cohen is heading back the the UK

Catherine Cohen is back on UK soil with her hilarious show

Straight from the renowned New York stand-up scene via winning Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019, American sensation Catherine Cohen is back on UK soil with her hilarious show about living, laughing, loving, and losing your debit card five times in one year at London’s Clapham Grand on 18th February 2022.

General public on sale is at 10am, Friday 29 October, but fans can sign up for an exclusive presale on 10am, Thursday 28 Oct. All access to tickets via www.berksnest.com/catherine

Through original songs and stand-up, Catherine explores life as an immortal millennial who is bravely addicted to attention, in this unique take on modern culture.

Catherine Cohen is a comedian and actress based in New York. She hosts a weekly cabaret show at Alan Cumming’s East Village venue, Club Cumming, co-hosts the popular weekly podcast, Seek Treatment and has just joined the cast of the critically-acclaimed series What We Do In The Shadows (BBC). Most recently she’s been in Awkwafina’s Nora from Queens (Comedy Central), Search Party (HBO), High Maintenance (HBO), The Lovebirds (Paramount) as well the final season of Broad City (Comedy Central). She will also be appearing in the newest Home Alone movie as Mrs. Claus in Home Sweet Home Alone (Disney+). Cohen is also a published author of a poetry book entitled God I Feel Modern Tonight: Poems From A Gal About Town and has performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC).

In 2018 Catherine sold out her first ever show in the UK, at London’s MOTH Club, where she was supported by Lolly Adefope. She then returned in 2019 to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe where she gained critical praise across the board – winning Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards and The Guardian’s top comedy show of 2019. In March 2020, Catherine was forced to cancel sold-out shows at London’s Bush Hall and Soho Theatre due to Covid.

She’s been featured in FOX’s Night of Comedy 2018, appeared in the last season of Difficult People (Hulu) and  Alternatino (Comedy Central). Her writing has been featured on Splitsider, The New Yorker, The Huffington Post and New York Mag’s The Cut. TimeOut named her one of Five NYC comedians to look out for in 2018, The Guardian called her one of the Comics That Sum Up 2019, and she was recently profiled in the New York Times. Catherine graduated from Princeton University with a degree in English and Theatre.