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Zoe Lyons

Zoe Lyons

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Zoe is an award winning comedian.


Zoe Lyons' trademark high energy, brilliantly observed routines and sharply written material has left her with an ever-growing fan base. Last year she won both the Comedian’s Comedian Award and Chortle Best Club Comic.


As well as being a series regular on Mock The Week (BBC 2) and The Wright Stuff (Channel 5), Zoe’s extensive TV credits include Room 101 (BBC 1), Dara O’Briain’s Go 8-Bit (Dave), Channel 4’s Comedy Gala, Live At The Apollo (BBC 2), The John Bishop Show (BBC 1), Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave), Pointless Celebrities (BBC 1) and winner of Celebrity Mastermind (BBC 1).

Radio credits include The Frank Skinner Show (Absolute), The News Quiz, Just a Minute, The Unbelievable Truth, The Now Show, It’s Not What You Know and The Rest is History (BBC Radio 4) and in 2018, Zoe is set to have her own Radio 4 Series called Passport Paddy.

In 2016 Zoe Lyons returned to the Edinburgh Festival with her brand new show Little Misfit at the Gilded Balloon, and she is now touring this show around the UK.

Zoe’s debut hour at the Edinburgh Festival gained her a nomination for the Perrier Award, and she has hosted the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny Final in Edinburgh for the last four years. Zoe is also a talented actress, having starred in Outings at the Edinburgh Festival in 2014, which was later transferred to the St James Theatre in London.

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Zoe is a fantastic compere and comic: flexible, professional, punctual, with an acute understanding of the clients needs and, of course, incredibly funny. Her comedy has a wide-ranging appeal for all types of events and people - we highly recommend her!

Rachel Porter, Event Manager

Zoe was great last week, so easy to work with and accommodating and she even got there early which is a rarity!

Samantha Rika, Sternberg Clarke

Quick fire observational gags delivered with utter conviction and unfailing professionalism.


Lyons has what it takes to delight any crowd.

The Guardian