The proudly Welsh multi-award winning stand up comedian, writer and actor – Jenny Collier is an established regular on the international club and festival circuit, Jenny has supported Jason Manford, Shappi Khorsandi and Dave Johns on their UK tours and has performed in Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland and Australia where she won the Percy Award during the Adelaide Fringe.
The sharp tongued, multi-lingual Jenny has mastered the art of deftly welcoming her audiences into a false sense of security with her lilting Welsh twang, before taking a dramatic U-turn with her outrageously raw punchlines. She leaves audiences squirming in their seats, head in hands and always wanting more. Her perfectly crafted, confident and in command performances are a favourite at clubs and festivals everywhere. An unapologetically bold, brilliant and seriously talented rising star.
Jenny has appeared on The Rhod Gilbert Show (BBC Wales), New Comedian of the Year Award (BBC Radio 4 Extra), The Comedy Club (BBC Radio 4 Extra), What’s The Story (BBC Wales), Newsbeat (BBC Radio 1), The Leak (BBC Wales) and has written for BBC Radio 4’s The News Quiz, The Now Show, Huffington Post and Glamour Magazine.
Winner The Percy Award, Adelaide Fringe 2016
Winner Comedy Ashes Adelaide 2016
Honourable Mention Dave’s Best Joke of the Fringe 2015
Winner Comedy Ashes Adelaide 2015
Winner Hobgoblin Comedy Award 2015
2nd Place NATYS 2015
Winner Laughing Horse New Act Competition 2014
Finalist Leicester Square New Act Competition 2014
Semi finalist Montreux Comedy Contest 2014
Finalist So You Think You’re Funny 2013
Semi finalist Amused Moose Laugh Off 2013
Finalist Comedy Knights New Act Competition 2013
Finalist Fight for the Funny 2013
★★★★★ ‘An Excellent comedic work’ – Edfest Mag
★★★★ ‘Surprising edge’- Shortcom.co.uk
★★★★ ‘Refreshingly original…Excellent’ – Broadway Baby
★★★★ ‘Fast-paced wit…Quick and clever’ – theupcoming.co.uk
‘Clearly a rising star’ – Bruce Dessau
‘One to watch’ – Edinburgh Evening News
‘Ace… Strong set… Strong persona’ – London is Funny