Catherine Bohart

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Catherine Bohart is an award-winning comedian, writer and actor.

Catherine has performed multiple critically acclaimed solo stand up shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and on tour across the UK and Ireland, garnering rave reviews along the way. Immaculate is available to view as a stand up special on Amazon Prime UK and her highly anticipated new show Again With Feelings will begin with 2 weeks at the Soho Theatre in March and then a tour of the UK in 2024.

Catherine’s broadcasting career is rapidly on the rise, with credits including: Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, A League Of Their Own, House of Games, Pointless Celebrities, The Stand Up Sketch Show, Roast Battle, Celebrity Mastermind and as a correspondent on The Mash Report. She recently filmed LOL: Last One Laughing Ireland for worldwide release on Amazon Prime.

An experienced podcast host, Catherine co-created and co-hosts the hugely popular Trusty Hogs alongside Helen Bauer and she co-hosted Shared Baggage for Audible with Larry Dean. Catherine also co-hosted BBC Sounds Podcast and Radio 4 show You’ll Do. She is a regular on BBC Radio 4, with credits including The Now Show, The News Quiz, You’re Dead To Me and Museum of Curiosity and recently hosted her own topical show for Radio 4 entitled TL;DR which will have a six-part series in the summer of 2024.

Catherine is also a talented actor, with credits including Mawaan Rizwan’s BBC sitcom Juice and the sketch show Lazy Susan for BBC Three.

During lockdown, Catherine co-founded and co-hosted award-winning online stand-up gig Gigless. The gig won a Award for Best Online Show and Catherine also won a Chortle Award for Legend of Lockdown on the back of its success.

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“Effortless to-and-fro with the audience”


“A show that’s worth holding on to”

The Guardian

“Pretty much the perfect comedy package”

The Irish Times

“Hysterically Funny”

The Irish Times

“The sort of perfectly structured Edinburgh debut you always hope for and rarely get to see.”

The Times

“A supremely natural quality about her delivery.”

The List