An Evening With Susan Calman

An Evening With Susan Calman

at RNCM, Manchester
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Comedian, broadcaster and writer Susan Calman drew tears and laughter from the MLF audience at her event to discuss her debut memoir, Cheer Up Love. Through a searingly honest account of her own experiences, Susan’s first book aimed to help people understand depression and mental health issues.

Now, after dancing her way across our screens on Strictly Come Dancing and winning the Glitterball on the Strictly Live tour, Susan’s discovered an ability to find joy. It changed her life and she’s on a mission to get the nation to join her in defeating fear and negativity. Come and see her discuss her forthcoming book, Dancing for Joy, and her quest to persuade us to embrace kindness, joy and community.

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Susan Calman

Susan Calman appearing at this event

Award winning stand-up comedian, writer and actress who is an Edinburgh Fringe favourite and has been on The News Quiz and The Now Show. Her numerous radio credits include The News Quiz, The Unbelievable Truth, Now Show, Dilemma, ISIHAC, So Wrong it’s Right and she has presented Woman’s Hour, all for Radio 4. She also hosted Listomania for Radio 2. Her third solo radio series, Keep Calman and Carry On, was broadcast in spring 2016. Her TV credits include appearing on Have I Got News for You, QI, Don’t Sit In The Front Row, Comedy Rocks, Show and Tell, The Matt Lucas Awards, Dara O’Briain’s School of Hard Sums, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Would I Lie To You and Mock the Week. 'Feisty Scot Calman is one of the best female comics to ever come out of the land of bagpipes and haggis. She'll make you chuckle your pants off' (Time Out). 'The high energy throughout her unswerving flow of entertaining quips and hilarious anecdotes, leaves a never dull moment for audiences… a show that shouldn’t be missed' (Edinburgh Festival Magazine). 'Confident, compact... cracking' (Evening Standard).

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Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM)

124 Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9RD