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Anna was a sketch writer on series 1 of CBBC show Crackerjack. A sketch she wrote was broadcast 6th March 2020.
"Character comedy at its finest"
(Edinburgh Festval Magazine)
"A stellar comic actor and brilliant writer"
"Hilarious ... an instantly lovable
and charming performer"
(All Over Adelaide)
"Victoria Wood in a smartphone age"
(The Reviews Hub)
(The Sunday Mail)
In February and March Anna performed at the Adelaide Fringe and the New Zealand Fringe with her one woman shows Woman of the Year and Get Happy.
Summer tour and Melbourne International Comedy Festival cancelled due to Covid-19.
If you are interested in booking this show or one of my characters, please visit contact page HERE.
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Woman of the Year
Winner of BEST COMEDY Weekly at Adelaide Fringe 2019. Edinburgh Fringe sell out show 2018. Woman of the Year is Anna's debut show and has been performed in Adelaide, New Zealand, Edinburgh Fringe (twice) as well as throughout the UK. It was developed through the Soho Theatre and with mentoring from James Cary (BBC comedy writer)
Meet the nominees for Woman of the Year. Anna plays all four nominees in a theatrical hour of sketch and song. The nominees comprise a bra-saleswoman stirring up the next generation, a beauty vlogger and Instagram star giving millennial advice, an overly competitive vicar and an elderly lady with a rather mischievous nature. Who will win? The audience decides.
Anna's second character comedy show. This show just finished an international tour at the Adelaide and New Zealand Fringe festivals, and had a highly successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019.
Join Anna and four madcap characters, old and new, each on a heroic quest to find happiness; a vicar with a rival, an Instagram influencer, a Yorkshire granny and a retreat-running hippy. What do they all have in common? They all want to Get Happy!
Both Shows Written and Performed by Anna Nicholson
Direction and Script Development by Neil Armstrong
Music by Bobby Goulder and Patrick Stockbridge
Creative Oversight by James Cary