Daisy Earl is one of the fastest rising stars in comedy today. Since starting stand-up in 2013, she has quickly attracted plaudits and accolades; winning ‘Best New Comedian’ at the Scottish Variety Awards in 2015, and then being crowned ‘Scottish Comedian of the Year’ in the same year, making her the first ever female winner.
Following a sell-out show at the Adelaide Fringe in 2016, Daisy returned to the UK to scoop ‘Best Newcomer’ at the Chortle Live Comedy Awards before performing two further sell-outs runs at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016 and 2017.
Half Scottish, Daisy has performed regularly at the prestigious Stand venues in Scotland and was invited to perform at the ‘Scottish Comedian of the Year’ Winner’s Show during the Edinburgh Fringe in 2016. Daisy now resides in London, where she continues to make a splash on the comedy scene; performing in venues across the UK and earning a reputation as a promising and highly original talent. She recently supported Tom Stade on his nationwide tour and has just gone through to the regional final for ‘The Funny Women Awards ‘2018.
She has appeared as a guest on BBC Radio’s ‘Breaking the News’, the STV ‘Late Show ‘and BBC Radio 4 Extra’s ‘Best of the Fest’. Daisy is currently working on her hotly-anticipated debut solo show.
“Strongly written and delivered set, equal parts deprecation and defiant attitude. Hilarious” Chortle
“Impressive… an appealing vulnerability but awakening steeliness” Scotsman
“Memorable and perceptive stories” The Skinny
“Strikingly honest and hilarious” Huffington Post
“Refreshing and relatable. a perfect show” Adelaide Advertiser
Chortle Best Newcomer 2016 – Winner Scottish Comedian of the Year 2015 – Winner Scottish Variety Award – Best New Scottish Comedian 2015 – Winner Best Newcomer – Scottish Comedy Awards 2015 and 2016 – Nominee Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2014 – Finalist So You Think You’re Funny 2013 – Semi-Finalist