An award-winning comedian touted as "the best female stand up in the country" is set to bring her tour to Pershore.

Jo Caulfield, recognised as "one of the Top 100 Comedians" by Channel 4 and crowned the ‘Comedians’ Comedian of The Year 2022’, is taking her new tour show, Here Comes Trouble, to Number 8 on Friday, March 8 at 7:30pm.

She is recognisable from her appearances on television comedy programmes such as The John Bishop Show, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, and Richard Osman's House of Games.



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Here Comes Trouble shapes up to offer 90 minutes of sharp wit and biting commentary, with Caulfield taking aim at a variety of targets, from annoying train passengers to overly-enthusiastic supermarket staff.

Caulfield explained the show as a mix of established material alongside fresh content based on recent events in her life.

She also revealed the challenge she faced while whittling down the content for the performance, saying: "It’s been really difficult getting the show down to just an hour and a half," Caulfield said, "because so much has happened since my last tour.

"I moved house, I wrote a book, and I won a comedy award.

"I’ve never been so busy."

In 2023, in addition to touring, Caulfield published her debut book, 'The Funny Thing About Death'.

The memoir, exploring her life with and without her older sister, author and comedy writer Annie Caulfield, delves into their shared past; from their unconventional 1970s upbringing, to the love of music, to Annie’s cancer diagnosis six years ago.

All profits from the book will go to MacMillan Cancer, with copies available to purchase post-show.

Tickets are priced at £18 are currently on sale from Number 8 Box Office on 01386 555488 or can be booked online at