Hils Barker

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Hils Barker is a British comedian and writer. She was a finalist in newcomer competitions So You Think You're Funny[1] and The Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award,[2] and went on to write and perform in two series of comedy show Radio9[3] for BBC Radio 4. Her stand up comedy often includes political and musical elements, and she took her first solo show to the Edinburgh fringe festival[4] in 2006. She has appeared on The Comic Side of Seven Days[5] and The Late Edition,[6] as well as radio shows such as Jammin',[7] Vent,[8] 28 Acts in 28 Minutes and Shappi Talk[9] hosted by Shappi Khorsandi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hils Barker at comedycv.co.uk
  2. ^ Daily Telegraph Open Mic award at chortle.co.uk
  3. ^ Radio 9 at BBC Radio 4
  4. ^ Hils Barker: In the Wrong Place description at chortle.co.uk
  5. ^ Hils Barker at thefortnightclub.com
  6. ^ The Late Edition at offthetelly.co.uk
  7. ^ Jammin at epguides.com
  8. ^ Vent at BBC Radio 4
  9. ^ Shappi Talk at BBC Radio 4