Deborah Frances-White is a stand up comedian who has made two series of her hit BBC Radio 4 show Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice. The first series won The Writers' Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy. Two of its episodes were based on her previous Edinburgh Festival solo stand up shows Half a Can of Worms about finding her birth mother and Cult Following about leaving the Jehovah's Witnesses and becoming an atheist.
Deborah has performed stand up all over the world including three Melbourne International Comedy Festivals and The Adelaide Fringe Festival. She has also toured with The Melbourne International Comedy Roadshow. Her first solo show How to Get Almost Anyone to Want to Sleep With You had a two year monthly residency in The Leicester Square Theatre in London's West End and two UK tours.
Deborah has recently toured Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice live in theatres around the UK and regularly performs stand up comedy in the podcast The Guilty Feminist which she hosts and created. She is also the host of comedy panel show podcast Global Pillage.
For a list of Deborah's upcoming performances, check out the Gig Guide.
To book Deborah for stand up comedy gigs, touring, TV or radio appearances, contact Emily Rees Jones at PBJ Management.
Telephone: 020 7287 1112
Post: 22 Rathbone Street, London, W1T 1LG
Deborah's podcast has already proved to be amazingly popular. Join Deborah and her guests as they hilariously dissect modern feminism with a special guest each episode. "Very funny... pure, guilt-free pleasure." - The Guardian
Deborah is a very busy woman! Here's a list of her upcoming engagements and times and places where you can see her performing or talking.