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Suzi's last show was a complete sell out, got heaps of great reviews and was recommended by the British Comedy Guide, Scotsman and Sunday Times.

Now, she’s heading out with some friends to test out new material and have a big old laugh.

As seen on Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week.

'A Stand Up Gem' The Guardian

‘Ruffell really does have funny bones’ Evening Standard

‘Do you have to keep doing my voice?’ Suzi's Mum

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