Maisie Adam

18 months ago, Maisie decided to try stand-up comedy. Within a year, she won the biggest stand-up comedy newcomer competition (becoming the fourth woman to have done so in its 30 years; So You Think You’re Funny 2017), opened for major comedians, and claimed a Best New Comedy nomination at Brighton Fringe.

Maisie has since appeared on The Stephen K Amos Talk Show, SkyArts and BBC Radio 2. She recently has performed on the main stages of Download Festival and Latitude Festival as well as securing a coveted Wildcats position at Kilkenny Comedy Festival.

“Adam exudes an appealing, quirky energy, and is clearly a natural wit”
Steve Bennett, Chortle
“This is a name to watch!”
Official Buxton Fringe Review
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