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Photograph: Martin Godwin

Photograph: Martin Godwin

'Laughter? It's about survival. It’s about living'

After her standup success and podcast about death, the comic’s next step was obvious: starring in a cancer-ward romcom.

Interview with Brian Logan for the Guardian.

Photograph: Matt Crockett

Photograph: Matt Crockett

‘I wanted to thank the dead people. This only exists because they died’

The comedian and actor on improv, why she’s not cut out for office work and her award-winning podcast, Griefcast.

Interview with Miranda Sawyer for the Guardian.

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Talking heckling with The Guardian

Interview with BBC Writers Room

Interview with British Comedy Guide.

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Interview with Geoff Lloyd on Absolute Radio

New improv night, Criminal by The Guardian

Feature on Crims by The Guardian

The face & future of The Fringe by Brian Logan, The Guardian

An interview with Joanna Orland at Loose Lips.

Shows to watch out for in Edinburgh 2014, by Brian Logan, The Guardian.

Pick of the week comedy in The Guardian.

The credo interview in The Independent 

Talking about character comedy with Ideas Tap.

10 top comedic talents in The Independent. 

Spheres of Influence in The Independent. HOT.

Nice words from Bruce Dessau in the Evening Standard about The Cariad Show.

Such Small Portion’s interview about The Cariad Show.

Listed as The Times New Queen’s Of Comedy.

Time Out’s Critic Choice for Freewheelin’ Cariad Lloyd.

Evening Standard’s top pick for February.

Time Out’s  Top Comedy pick for February.

An interview on comedy with The Gay UK.

Top 10 Alternative Christmas jokes in The Guardian.

Katy Brand on comedy in The Telegraph. 

Pre-Edinburgh chats with The List , Such Small Portions and Fest.

Leicester Comedy Festival 2012 from The Guardian .

Pick of the week from The Guardian and the Evening Standard.

The EdTwinge award and Spoonfed article.

London is Funny interview.