Elf Lyons is an award-winning comedian, writer and theatre director.
Elf has gained a reputation as one of the most innovative performers on the UK comedy circuit - through her dynamic high spectacle comedy shows Swan (2017), ChiffChaff (2018), Medusa (2018) and Love Songs to GuineaPigs (2019) - which have each performed to sold out audiences throughout the UK and beyond.
In the last few years Elf has been nominated for BEST SHOW at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality, Fringe World Perth's Best Comedy Show and in 2018 Elf won Pick of the Fringe at the Adelaide Fringe, Australia.
She has been featured in VOGUE as one of the 'Top Names of Now', been the cover star of The Observer and The Sunday Times Culture Magazine and has written for many worldwide publications on subjects as diverse as polyamory and economics.
You can listen to Elf on BBC Radio 6, BBC Radio Worldwide, BBC Radio 4 among many others alongside an array of highly rated podcasts.
In 2020 you will be able to catch Elf on your TV on The Dog Ate My Homework on BBC and the Stand Up Sketch Show on ITV.
For comedy & performing enquiries contact Helena Bumpus at Blue Book Artist Management.
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EDINBURGH FESTIVAL BEST SHOW NOMINEE 2017
MALCOLM HARDEE AWARD FOR COMIC ORIGINALITY NOMINEE 2017
BRITISH VOGUE'S '20 NAMES OF NOW'
BBC NEW TALENT HOTLIST
MAN UP - DRAG KING - FINALIST 2017
"A fantastic comedic success."
Edinburgh Festival Magazine
“Lyons has genuine funnybones – a surprisingly rare commodity even in comedy”
"A natural clown [...] so charismatic you can't take your eyes off her"
"This is comedy as enchantment, a show so beguiling that you don’t just love it, you somehow fall in love with it."
"Expert clowning that’s by turns charming, silly, touching and catastrophic"
“The most wonderful stand-up comedian I have seen this year.”
"If you prefer your comedy going to the edge then toppling right off that edge try Lyons."