Angie Belcher is an award winning stand- up comedian, script writer and poet who’s equally at home on the comedy circuit as in a posh tent at a literature festival . An accomplished comedy performer Mythical Creature is her second Edinburgh show (**** Fringe Review, “Part stand-up, part poet part stylised story telling all hugely entertaining” John Fleming, “Highly recommended, go see her”, Phil Jupitus)

She was also Team Captain for political comedy panel show Comedy Manifesto during its Edinburgh run (“Unbelievably jealous of all those of you that can catch this show every day’” *****

A regular festival performer she has compered Glastonbury Cabaret tent and won numerous poetry slams as well being lyrical laureate for events and happenings. She also recently wrote and directed “What Has Shakespeare Ever Done for us?” a piece of public flash theatre which will tour the UK in 2018 and her 4 part comedy drama “My Funny Valentine” was featured on Radio 4.

Angie also writes for corporate clients, having written odes for all sorts of clients from Cider shops to Audio Visual companies. In 2012 she commissioned by the city of Bath to write poetry to welcome home the Olympic Gold medalist Amy Williams. Her latest play Waiting For Pedro recently premiered in Bristol.

Angie’s  alter-Ego and crap poet “Odious Vex” is currently on tour with his show “An Arts Council Grant Don’t Come for Free”

She also holds a masters Diploma in Humanistic Psychology for Creative Facilitation and is in much demand to run workshops in schools, universities and in the corporate sector.

She is currently writer in residence for Severn Vale School in Gloucester and is writing poetry for a national charity’s forthcoming advertising campaign.

Angie’s poem Foreign babies will be featured in upcoming anthology Voices Along The Road  raising funds for the Alf Dubs Children’s Fund which helps child refugees find safe and legal sanctuary.

Angie edited this anthology for Orchard School, Bristol here