As seen on BBC3, Comedy Central, and ITV2, Lily Phillips brings you a new show that promises vagina lols for everyone! Female comedians are often criticized for only talking about vaginas and periods, which is offensive, but in this case 100% accurate. Join Lily on her journey to feminism and stand up, how she went from cheerleader to activist and why when she talks about her body does she get referred to as smutty? How many vagina jokes can she fit into an hour long show? Let’s find out.
Smut follows Lily from her early family life when she tried to copy her brother and wee standing up in the garden, her career dancing on Greek islands for a conglomerate of pervs, working as a Tequila girl and hostessing at Cage Fights. She wasn’t always the strong feminist role model, she used to be…fun. Smut explores the many trials and tribulations of being a woman, like turning 30 only to discover that apparently your vagina gets bigger with age rather than usage, how to deal with your dogs cystitis, and what happens when your boyfriend has to help you birth your own menstrual cup… they are still together now by the way, if anything, it has brought them closer.
Lily is a Funny Women Finalist 2018, Max Turner Finalist 2018, Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 3rd place 2019 and was part of the prestigious Pleasance Reserve 2019, is so excited to bring her unique brand of comedy to the masses.
‘Charming and moderately obscene’ **** The Scotsman
‘funny bones and great hair’ This is Cabaret
'...a routine that called to mind Jo Brand' Steve Bennet, Chortle