Award-winning comedian Stevie Martin (8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, The Mash Report, Starstruck, Guessable) brings her third hour, clout, to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Having gained 45 million views worldwide for her online comedy and sketches, this year sees Stevie make a return to live comedy, performing her highly anticipated brand-new show at the Fringe at Monkey Barrel 4 from 29th July – 25th August at 3.35pm.

Stevie’s new show is like her online stuff but she’ll be on a stage and you can’t pause her to get a snack. Also, you have to sit in a specific room to watch it (please don’t bring your snacks to this room). Expect stone cold bangers (jokes) and red hot jokes (bangers) plus 288 projector slides depicting crucial content (banging jokes). Stevie is also creating a variety of extra features that can be scanned via QR code after the show and that everyone can agree is “an insane thing to attempt, on top of an hour of comedy”. As a live performer, Stevie first debuted as a solo artist in 2018, after being a third of cult sketch group Massive Dad. During the pandemic, Stevie immediately pivoted to online, gaining millions of views for her sketches across Twitter, Instagram and TikTok as well as hosting a weekly comedy show on Twitch. Her prolific online output won her a Chortle Award in 2021.

Alongside two hit podcasts (Nobody Panic with Tessa Coates and Might Delete Later with Gina Martin), Stevie is the host of the BBC Radio 4’s popular open-door sketch show DMs Are Open. A regular face on television, Stevie has also starred and appeared on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4), Starstruck (BBC/HBO Max), Breeders (FX/SKY), The Mash Report/Late Night Mash (BBC/DAVE), Comedians Giving Lectures (DAVE), Guessable (Comedy Central) and The Emily Atack Show (ITV2). Elsewhere on radio, Stevie has appeared on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, Fresh From The Fringe and Sketchorama.  A writer published everywhere from Vice to the Guardian, for television Stevie has written on The Russell Howard Hour (Sky), Red Flag (Channel 4), co-written, co-starred in and co-produced several BBC Three Quickies, and written and starred in numerous sketches including for Acer, Ocado and Thorntons. Stevie’s first book, Nobody Panic, was published by Hodder Studios and adapts her hit podcast.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe tickets are on sale now.  Full dates and tickets at

What the press has previously said about Stevie Martin…

“hot on punchlines… [you] won’t be disappointed”
Zoe Paskett, Evening Standard 

“a rising star”
Ashley Davies, Metro 

“funny AF”
Ben Williams, Time Out

“boy are you in for a treat; I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a show with so many gags… I almost wet myself laughing at this show.”
Chloe Laws, Glamour

“hugely fun… this show is exceptional” ★★★★
Becca Moody, Fest

“In complete command of the audience… tremendous” ★★★★
Robert McMillan, Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

“gags, observational sketch comedy and pure slapstick” ★★★★
Kate Stone, Funny Women 

“Pure entertainment, she has a unique comic identity that shines through her work, matching the surreal with cutting wit and silliness.” ★★★★
Katy Davies, Entertainment Focus 

“sophisticated, insightful humour… wit and talent that she displays in abundance during this show.” ★★★★
Emily Dominey, The Student Newspaper



Stevie Martin – clout
Venue:                   Monkey Barrel 4
Date & Time:        29th July  – 25th August at 3.35pm
Duration:               60 min
Web:             | Twitter @5tevieM | Instagram @5tevieM | | TikTok @5tevieM  | YouTube @StevieMartin



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