Always Be Comedy: The Tommyfield pub, Kennington, London, 2016
Always Be Comedy: The Tommyfield pub, Kennington, London, 2017
Always Be Comedy: The Tommyfield Pub, Kennington, London, 2018
Catherine Bohart: Immaculate: Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh, 2018
Catherine Bohart: Lemon: Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh, 2019
Vix Leyton’s Comedy Roulette: Online: 2020
Always Be Comedy Online: Online: 2020
#SaveLiveComedy: (Show 3): The Clapham Grand, London: Online: 2020
I have seen rising comedy star Catherine Bohart perform to date on two occasions at Always Be Comedy. Each time Bohart gave a competent display of her comedic talents. She built up a constant stream of laughter with material largely on her bisexuality and the perils of growing up in Ireland with a Catholic Deacon for a dad. I found her to be a classy and engaging performer and her sets on both occasions were over with the audiences wanting more.
Bohart is a bright, cheery Irish comedian who seems to get funnier and funnier every time I see her. In January 2018, for my third time of watching her, she appeared at Always Be Comedy where she had grown in confidence and was fearless and very funny on stage.
I was delighted to see her debut solo show Immaculate at the Edinburgh Fringe in August 2018. Stories about her bisexuality and her Irish Catholic upbringing were very funny and she was very confident and easy-going on stage.
I also saw Bohart’s solo show Lemon at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August 2019. The show was about her experiences as a bisexual woman using very forthright sexual conversation, and abrupt asides featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The show was beautifully planned from an extremely confident and very funny performer.
The comedian also appeared as a guest for Vix Leyton’s Comedy Roulette in June 2020 describing experiences from topics generated at random from a machine. Bohart was very funny and proved to be a great guest and comedian.
In August 2020, Bohart appeared for Always Be Comedy Online and at #SaveLiveComedy: Show Three. She was witty and enthusiastic with her Irish charm shining through as she described a forthcoming holiday with her partner and parents and living conditions during the epidemic. Her delivery and timing of the jokes and stories were brilliant and she was a delight to watch.