Liz Stephens

As an  established standup comedian,  Liz Stephens  has  managed to make  her  mark  in  major comedy  circles  both  in  Australia  and  across  the  globe.  Stephens  is  a  master  of  punchline deliveries, and does it with hilarious repercussions. If you watch Liz Stephens in action, you will not be disappointed.

Liz Stephens has a pleasant disposition as she enthralls her audiences with absorbing anecdotes pulled out of her own experiences and interpretations of life as she sees it – from the lighter side, of course. She also exudes great energy levels in every performance, ensuring that there is never a dull moment from the moment she walks onto the stage till she exits, often to the heartfelt applause of a standing ovation.

Liz  Stephens  performs  regularly  throughout  Australia  and  New  Zealand  and  covered  Perth, Sydney and Melbourne in 2004. Stephens has also done several venues around the world. She has performed  in Berlin on television shows there, and at the Edinburgh  Festival, where she presented Liz in a Lift in Pleasance Courtyard.

Her live performances are usually fully booked, and a few of the clubs where she has performed live are Comedy Store, Comedy Café, Downstairs at the Kings Head, Bound & Gagged, Mirth Control,  Sohoho,  Comedy  Company,  Buzz  Club,  the  Glee  Club,  Banana  Cabaret  and  was “Resident MC” at one of the most awaited annual events at the club Laughing Horse Camden  on the occasion of their Open Mic Night in 2002.

Stephens is truly an actor in a class of her own. But her list of accomplishments does not just end there. Apart from being a successful  comedian, Liz Stephens  is also a well-received comedy writer, and regular writes for comedy shows on the radio (The Now Show and The News Quiz for the BBC) and for stage performances, as well as for newspapers and magazines. In fact, she runs her own podcast, The Weekly News from Bed. Liz has also written a couple of sitcoms, Relics and Prescription Only.

Other television productions of Liz Stephens, both for BBC 4 Radio are I think the nurses are stealing my clothes –The Very Best of Linda Smith, and Around Midnight – A Tribute to Linda Smith.

All things considered, an evening with Liz Stephens would definitely be one to remember. The spontaneous humor which  seems to come at  you  in a  seemingly endless  flow will  have  you chuckling away all throughout the performance, and for days later.

“…a collection of great laughs, delivered brilliantly.” – BBCi

”…jolly, chatty and upbeat . amiable good company.” – Chortle

“…charms the giggles out of her audience” – Evening Standard