‘She is a Trailblazer’

Evening Standard

“Mystery she isn’t a household name”

Richard Curtis
“Luisa is so marvelous, she is funny, then sad then even funnier”

Dawn French
“Hilarious, Honest, Empowering”

Ruby Wax
“She is brilliant, I hate her”

Lenny Henry
“She is oxygen to the audiences”

Evening Standard 4 star Review

The Telegraph Full Interview

“When you’ve been a female trailblazer in comedy for a decade without hitting the big time, what do you do? Recharge, reboot and perhaps allow yourself to rail a little about being almost-famous.”


Metro Full Interview

‘The Sunday Sermon you never knew you needed’

**** The Guardian – God is a Woman Review 

Chortle Review


The Arts Desk


“But the standout was comedian Luisa Omielan, playing Bottom with a joie de vivre and parodically Eastern European accent that was a delight. From the moment her face appeared onscreen, hair bunched over head and those Slavic tones wickedly controlled in their comic intonation, we knew she was a winner. If to date the question associated with Omielan has often been “What Would Beyoncé Do?!”, now it’s surely “Where will Luisa Omielan star next?” A straight stage role surely beckons”

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The Guardian


“One of the biggest stand up hits of the decade” – What Would Beyonce Do
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The Telegraph


“One of the most powerful and provocative hours you’ll see at the fringe” – Politics for Bitches
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“Meet Luisa Omielan, she is the comedian young british women have been waiting for.”
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The Chortle


“Is she right, ladies? She’s *so* right – and inspirational, and hilarious, and sassy and just about the best tonic you could hope for from a comedy show.” – Am I right Ladies?
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