Comedian, writer and actress Ashley Storrie can be heard hosting her BBC Radio Scotland show live every Friday night from 10pm-1am.
Ashley is currently in production for Matilda Curtis’ comedy Dinosaur, which she has co-created, written for and also stars in. It was commissioned by BBC3/Hulu and is being made by Fleabag producers Two Brothers Pictures.
Further screen credits include two series of Up For It, both headlining and hosting Comedy Underground and appearing as a guest in Growing Up Scottish, all for BBC Scotland and The Blame Game for BBC NI.
In 2023, the first series of ‘What’s the Story, Ashley Storrie?’ was broadcast on Radio 4, the same year she made her debut on The News Quiz.
As well as being a regular on BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News, Ashley has made appearances on The Good, The Bad & The Unexpected (BBC Radio Scotland), Fred MacAulay Live At The Edinburgh Stand (BBC Radio 4), Fresh From The Fringe (BBC Radio 4) and BBC Radio Scotland’s sitcom Jailmates.
Ashley is also known for her Harry Potter parody #tanyapotter, which has now had over 22 million views. As a result of her online success she was 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.
★★★★★ 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
WINNER: Best Radio Comic – Scottish Comedy Awards 2020
NOMINEE: Best Radio Show – Scottish Comedy Awards 2020
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BEST SCOTTISH PERFORMANCE 2017 – THE SCOTTISH SUN