Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham on Thursday 28th March, 8pm
Last summer was a big one for Suzi Ruffell. Returning to Edinburgh, she sold out every night and earned a litany of five-star reviews and shedloads of critical acclaim – thus cementing her reputation as one of the biggest breakthrough acts in the UK. This coming February, she is taking that show – Nocturnal – on tour around the UK.
If you don’t have anxiety, I don’t think you’re concentrating! Suzi is worried about everything – from someone breaking into her flat, to human rights across the globe, to whether the next series of The Crown will be as good as the first two – and it’s stopping her from sleeping.
Some people need stimulants to stay awake, but not our Suzi. Anxiety is better than any amphetamine, and caused by a myriad of things including politics, finding love, her cat’s happiness, the fact that the bloke who lives in the flat below seems a bit of a creep, online trolls, and the good old FOMO – fear of missing out. All this was caused in no small part by a trip to India, in which Suzi began to question her place in the world, her identity, and religion.
Suzi’s TV appearances include Live at the Apollo, Mock the Week, Live from the BBC, Comedy Central’s Stand Up Central, Roast Battle, Suzi Ruffell Live at the Comedy Store and Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier. She also co-hosts the hit podcast Like-Minded Friends with fellow comedian Tom Allen.
Tickets are on sale now from ropetacklecentre.co.uk
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