Represented by:Sarah Williams
Grace Campbell is a riotous force of nature. The stand up comedian, author, and actor, is on a constant, rebellious mission to undermine most of the bullshit we are taught by society. An acclaimed stand-up, and host of the popular comedy night the Disgraceful Club, currently holding a residency at Bush Hall, Grace’s comedy is wild, glamorous, fiery, and provocative. She’s got a doting following of women who say she’s made them feel better about themselves. But Grace has a soft spot for men, she hosts a football podcast, Football, Feminism + Everything In Between – with her father, Alastair Campbell. Her first Edinburgh fringe show, Why I’m Never Going Into Politics, was a sell-out with lots of rave reviews.
“Grace is a bullish, complicated firecracker… whose compelling Edinburgh debut — which follows her stint on Channel 4 prank show Riot Girls — is likely to knock all other political comedy shows into a cocked hat this year.” 4* Metro.
During the pandemic, Grace wrote her debut book, Amazing Disgrace; A Book about ‘Shame,’ which was celebrated as: ‘An outpouring of truth, wit, and beautiful comedic wisdom from the hilarious and laudably liberated Grace Campbell. ‘ Katherine Ryan