Jo Caulfield’s goal is to make audiences laugh and forget everything else that is going on in their lives.
The British actress, writer and comedian is ready to bring hilarity to Aberdeen.
Dubbed the “funniest woman in the UK”, Jo has come a long way since her first show.
At 17, she moved to London and joined a rockabilly band.
She worked as a waitress during the day, saved up her tips, bought a microphone and managed to open her own comedy club.
Aberdeen audiences will be able to ask her all about it after she delivers her new set of jokes next weekend.
Described as “wonderfully sharp” and “damn funny”, Jo has appeared on various TV and radio shows and also completed several nationwide stand-up tours.
The comedian, who wrote for Irish television and radio presenter Graham Norton, has been taking her solo comedy show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the past few years.
Jo will be supported by Liam Withnail and Graham Mackie.
The stand-up comedy show takes place Saturday June 2 at 8.30pm at the Breakneck Comedy Club. Doors open at 8pm.