Jo Caulfield



Jo Caulfield is a highly accomplished stand-up comedian, writer and broadcaster with numerous appearances in the corporate market stretching over the last 15 years which have earned her multiple industry awards.  

Whether you’ve seen her on “Have I Got News For You”. “The John Bishop Show’ or “Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow”, heard her on “Just a Minute” or “Breaking The News”, or caught one of her award-winning Edinburgh Festival shows, the chances are you’re already familiar with Jo’s work.

Described by The Observer as “one of the finest female comedians at work” and by The Scotsman as “quite simply, a damn funny woman” Jo can regularly be seen headlining the UK’s biggest and best comedy clubs. She is also in high demand on the corporate circuit, speaking at and hosting dinners and award ceremonies for many leading companies across the UK and beyond.

In 2018 she won the “SGFringe Stand-Up Comedy Award” and gained critical acclaim for her performance as Helena Brandt in the sell-out Fringe run of the play, Brexit.

In 2022 Jo was voted “The Comedians Comedian of The Year” – an award voted for by her peers and members of the comedy industry.

Behind the scenes Jo is a respected comedy writer, having served as a writer / programme consultant on all five series of Graham Norton’s BAFTA Award winning “So Graham Norton” and as head writer on both Ruby Wax’s “Waiting Game” and Zoe Ball’s “Strictly Dance Fever”. Jo has also written for – among others – Joan Rivers, Ant & Dec and Anne Robinson.

She has had several of her own shows on Radio 4: “It’s That Jo Caulfield Again”, “Jo Caulfield Won’t Shut Up”, “Jo Caulfield’s Speakeasy” and “The Jo Caulfield Stand-Up Special”.

Being a huge football fan Jo has appeared on both “Fighting Talk” (Radio 5) and “On The Ball” (Radio Scotland). She has appeared on BBC Scotland’s “Debate Night” and is a regular guest on Times Radio, giving her take on the news and political events.


We have received a great feedback, Jo skilfully balanced the jokes, ensuring they resonated with the audience and hit the mark effectively.

Deputy Awards Manager 

'Many of the points Jo Caulfield makes about the human condition would have sociologists stroking their beards in admiration, but her audiences tend to be laughing too much to notice' The Times

'Jo Caulfield is incapable of doing a bad show, so sharp is her tongue and so in tandem is it with her mischievous mind' The Scotsman

'Jo Caulfield is an inspiration to all would-be female comedians' The Observer


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