Sara Pascoe is an award-winning comedian and actress and has co-starred in the Channel 4 series Campus (as Nicole Huggins); Free Agents (Emma), and as series regular, ‘Pam’ in both seasons of the cult series The Increasingly Poor Decision of Todd Margaret. Sara has also carried out guest lead roles in cult BBC shows Twenty Twelve, The Thick of It, Being Human and is one of the key ensemble cast in upcoming BBC sketch show Fit.
As a stand-up comic, Sara has enjoyed 2 previous sell out Edinburgh Festivals (Sara Pascoe V’s Her Ego, and Sara Pascoe V’s The Apocalypse), as well as performing solo sell out shows in both London and nationwide. Sara has been a series regular on 2 series of Channel 4’s satirical stand-up show Stand Up for the Week and on the current BBC series, ‘Live at the Apollo’. Sara has also appeared as a regular comedy panelist on the Sky panel show’s Don’t Sit in the Front Row and Wall of Fame, and C4’s ‘Comedy World Cup.
Sara will be performing her 2012 Edinburgh Show ‘Sara Pascoe: The Musical*’ at The Soho Theatre Tue 27th,Wed 28th, Fri 30th Nov & Sat1st Dec 7.30pm. (*It’s not actually a proper musical – it’s stand-up!)
This interview was originally broadcast on UCLU Rare FM in March 2012.
“She has an obvious flair for comic timing… Nothing less than full mega-watt charisma” The Guardian
“An enjoyable fusion of silliness and intelligence – a comic who can get Nietzsche and cunnilingus into the same breath has to be applauded” Chortle
“Defiantly idiosyncratic and highly accessible” Evening Standard
“Her delivery is impeccable, and her deft anecdotal style belies the considerable craftsmanship in her storytelling. Sharp, unpredictable, and brutally funny, this is a show not to be missed.” The Skinny