Tiffany Stevenson: Cavewoman: The Stand Comedy Club, Edinburgh, 2011
Mervyn Stutter’s Pick of the Fringe: Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh, 2012
Rob Deering’s Beat This! Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh, 2014
Best of the Fest: Assembly Hall, Edinburgh, 2014
Always Be Comedy: The Tommyfield pub, Kennington, London, 2016
Mark Watson’s Festival of Bad Ideas: Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh, 2017
Always Be Comedy: The Tommyfield pub, Kennington, London, 2017
Stand Up Against Alzheimer’s: The Comedy Store, London, 2019
Tiff Stevenson: Next Up Comedy Festival: Online: 2020
The Best of The Comedy Store: The Comedy Store, London, 2022
Tiff Stevenson is an English stand-up comedian and actress who I have seen a number of times on stage and have always much enjoyed. I first saw her at the Stand Comedy Club at the Edinburgh Fringe on 2011 performing her solo show Cavewoman. The show was all about how far humans has evolved and her reflections on her own life had she had the chance to become a mother. The show was a no hold-barred yet endearing account that was delivered with much wit and wisdom.
When she was a guest at Mervyn Stutter’s Pick of The Fringe where halfway through her set a member of the audience took ill, she sopped the show attended to the incident and then effortlessly and unflinchingly carried on where she left off with her routine.
I saw her twice perform at Always Be Comedy, the second time headlining in 2017 where after the very funny show, she very kindly signed a CD of her show Optimist with the words: ‘To Richard, Enjoy with Vodka’ to which I do whenever I listen to it.
In June 2019, she was a guest for Stand Up Against Alzheimer’s at The Comedy Store, London. The very endearing comedian delivered brilliantly executed characters interjected with cutting political comedy and produced a very funny ten-minute set.
I was very pleased to see her online for the Next Up Comedy Festival in July 2020. Her show about her experiences of being a step-mum covered a wide range of issues from teenage pregnancy, policing bodies in coffee shops and the royal family. Her range of accents and voices was impressive, and Stevenson was smart, Intelligent, honest, thoughtful and extremely funny that made for a very entertaining hour.
I saw Stevenson perform a guest spot for The Best of The Comedy Store in July 2022. Describing her experiences of lockdown and the state of the country, her set was confidently delivered crammed full of witty jokes and stories.
Stevenson is fearless on stage and is a very likeable, opinionated and extremely funny comedian.