Nottingham Comedy Festival: Catherine Bohart : Work In Progress
Catherine Bohart : Work In Progress
Part of the Nottingham Comedy Festival
Catherine Bohart is an award-winning comedian, writer and actor.
Catherine began performing stand-up in 2015 and has enjoyed a rapid rise through the ranks of UK and Irish comedy, becoming a finalist in both the BBC New Comedy Awards and Funny Women the very next year.
2016 also saw Catherine and fellow comic Cally Beaton perform their show Catcall for a full run at the Edinburgh Fringe, enjoying packed houses and stellar reviews. The following August, Catherine joined the line-up of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve.
Catherine took her debut solo show, Immaculate, to the Edinburgh Fringe in 2018. Immaculate received widespread acclaim, with The Times describing it as “the sort of perfectly structured Edinburgh debut you always hope for and rarely get to see” in their four star review. Catherine returned to the festival in 2019 with her second hour-long show, Lemon. It enjoyed a month of sold-out performances and excellent reviews before taking the show on UK and Irish tour, including a run of jam-packed performances at London’s Soho Theatre Mainspace.
Catherine has also taken her talents overseas. Spring 2019 saw Catherine selected to join the line-up for New Order, which showcases the best in original and trendsetting UK comedy at Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Catherine’s broadcasting career has seen her appear on E4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Comedy Central UK’s Roast Battle, ITV2’s The Stand Up Sketch Show, Dave’s Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier and as a regular correspondent on BBC2’s The Mash Report. Catherine has written material for BBC shows The Now Show, The News Quiz, Newsjack and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order and E4’s Savage Socials. She has co-hosted BBC Radio 4 Extra Comedy Club with Arthur Smith, hosted a series of Funny From the Fringe for BBC Radio 4 Extra and was a guest on Reasons To Be Cheerful with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd. In addition, Catherine was named The Times Comedy Face To Watch for 2019 and featured on the BBC New Talent Hotlist for 2017.
2020 has also seen Catherine launch hit new BBC Radio 4 relationships podcast You’ll Do which she hosts with fellow comic Sarah Keyworth.
Catherine is also a trained actor, having studied an MA in Acting for Screen at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Exquisitely plotted and executed hour from a beautifully self-assured performer. The List ★★★★
Bohart makes everything look easy. Edinburgh Fest Mag ★★★★
A very well constructed show. The Arts Desk ★★★★
Wicked jokes... delivered by a quality comedian. One4Review ★★★★
The sort of perfectly structured Edinburgh debut you always hope for and rarely get to see. The Times ★★★★
A beautifully-written benediction to the strength of family and the power of having faith in your own convictions... destined for great things The Herald ★★★★
Immaculate is a well-crafted and beautifully-delivered hour, and one which surely carves out a successful future in stand-up comedy The Skinny ★★★★
A winning mixture of self-deprecation and confidence... an assured debut
Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke ★★★★
The show, which is very personal, never feels jarringly confessional... a very fine debut The Arts Desk ★★★★
A beautifully constructed reflection on conflicts that she knows she will wrestle with for the foreseeable future... a fully developed comic voice Fest ★★★★
Immaculate is a thoroughly enjoyable hour from a very promising comedian
Broadway World ★★★★
The laughs flow thick and fast... truly special Edinburgh Festivals Magazine ★★★★
Tightly written with some lovely turns of phrase... this is a very enjoyable hour Three Weeks ★★★★
A thoughtful, funny hour that promises greater things are to come Funny Women ★★★★
Part of the Nottingham Comedy Festival
VENUE ADDRESS: 48 - 52 Canal Street, Nottingham, NG1 7EH
VENUE WEBSITE: Canalhouse
DATE: Friday 13th November 2020
TIME: 7pm (Doors open 6.40pm)
SHOW LENGTH: 50 mins
Only one household (support bubble) per table.
Tickets bought online are subject to a small booking fee
Tickets bought on the door may be subject to an additional fee
Due to the Coronavirus we have had to change the way we do things at Canalhouse so whilst restrictions are still in place we are limiting the number of audience members so groups can socially distance. We are selling tickets per table.
Government Guidelines: (as of 14th October)
You must not meet people you don't live with in any indoor setting - whether at home or in a public place - unless they are part of your support or childcare bubble. You must not socialise in a group of more than six outside, including in a garden or other spaces like beaches or parks, and you must follow social distancing rules.
Pubs, bars and restaurants close at 22:00 BST. They are restricted to table service only. Face coverings must be worn by customers when they are not eating or drinking.
If you are watching the performance, you should:
- only attend with members of your household.
- socially distance from people you do not live with (or who are not in your support bubble)