Olga Koch does stand-up comedy onstage and creates cathartic performance art in the privacy of her own home!
She has trained at the UCB Theatre in New York, as well as the Soho Theatre and the Free Association in London.
In 2018, she was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for her debut hour, FightWhile it contains a short section on martial arts, Fight has nothing to do with physical fighting. She followed it up in 2019 with a show called If/Then which was all about computers and love.
She studied Computer Science in the States during her teens, and was on of only 3 females on her course. She reflects on Western attitudes to STEM subjects, something that didn't exist in Russia due to the Soviets desire to utilise all available talent...her grandmother actually worked on an all Female team on the space programme.
Stereotypes and science aside, she is very funny.
Russian comedian who studied computer science in the States. Reflects on being a woman with traditionally male orientated interests such as STEM subjects and comedy.
Brilliant Irish comedian who actually studied STEM subject at university and was a civil engineer before changing tact to become a comedian.
Naomi Cooper is an up and coming comedian who has performed all across the UK. One of my choices from the Fringe in 2018, very approachable yet with hidden depths. Was a hit at our Speaker Drinks in 2019.
Business woman, entrepreneur, writer and comedian who regularly hosts corporate events.