*Ashley has just been announced as host of BBC Radio Scotland’s late night Friday music show, on air live from 10pm-1am starting on the 20th October*
Comedian Ashley Storrie is best known for her Harry Potter parody #tanyapotter, which was picked up by the national press and Lad Bible over Halloween and is currently at over 22 million views. She has since been commissioned by BBC Scotland to create online content for their Short Stuff strand, producing viral hits including If The Handmaid’s Tale was Scottish and If Game of Thrones Was Scottish.
Ashley is a regular guest presenter on BBC Radio Scotland’s Music Match and a regular guest panelist on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News. Other credits include Fred MacAulay Live At The Edinburgh Stand (BBC Radio 4), BBC Radio Scotland’s sitcom Jailmates and web series The Graduettes.
She has recently retired from co-producing and co-hosting the Podcast Awards nominated “Janey Godley’s Podcast” with her mother, comedian Janey Godley, which has tens of thousands of listeners.
Ashley wrote and performed in her first comedy pilot, Cat’s Crime, a comedy about a mother and daughter crime solving duo for BBC Radio Scotland in 2010. In 2014 she wrote and performed in ‘Conundrums My Dad Says’ a radio comedy about a man with Asperger’s and his overwraught son.
★★★★★ Broadway World
“A perfect hour of comedy… relentlessly funny”
★★★★ The List
“Ashley Storrie’s forthrightness is a tonic and should be mandatory viewing. Make sure you arrive early to gain an extra 15 minutes of material as this funny firecracker welcomes in the crowd.”
★★★★ The Sunday Mail
“Funnier and more engaging than most Fringe comedians charging top dollar”
★★★★★ Diva Magazine
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ The Wee Review
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