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Katie Pritchard

Katie burst onto the comedy block in 2013 with her pink-haired, Ukulele-Wielding character; K-Pizz. After performing as K-Pizz at just 5 gigs, and growing a very teenie tiny small culty following (of roughly 7 people), Katie decided to ditch K-Pizz in 2014 and go solo. Since then, she has been found thrusting her way around any stage that will have her, and now performs all over the country with her mad capped musical mayhem.

WINNER Hilarity Bites in 2016, FINALIST Musical Comedy Awards 2017, and Runner-up Stand Up For Cider 2016, and Max Turner Prize 2015.

Currently running her own nights “Variety of Kings” and “Variety of Queens” in London, as well as booking and MC’ing a fair few other regular gigs across the Greater London area, Katie is now a well practised MC, and her warm and friendly presence makes for a fun atmosphere where everyone feels right at home. 

Regularly performing paid Middle, Opening and MC spots across the country, as well as some headline spots at smaller or new material nights (this month’s headline spots include: Allsortz Comedy, Hooma Comedy, Downstairs at the Dove, University of Sussex UR Funny, Hocus Pocus Tell Us A Joke-us).

Highlights and References:

Balham Free Fringe Festival (Chris Coltrane)
Clusterf**k (Joe Hart, Liam Webber)
Musical Comedy Awards (Tamara Cowan, Ed Chappel)
Jokes On Us Free Festival Leicester (Alex Hylton, Dave McGuckin)
The Comedy Wire (Ryan Dalton)
Good Ship Comedy (Ben Van Der Velde)
The Cambrian Tup (Sarah Breese)
MY Comedy (Maureen Younger)


“Sometimes surreal, often unusually perceptive, and always original and entertaining” ★★★★ (Female Arts Magazine)

“Nothing short of brilliant” (Pamela Anderson)

“There is no denying she is a star of the future” (Notts Comedy Review)

“Rather brilliant” (Everything Theatre)