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Just the Tonic Comedy Club
Award-winning comedian Jo Caulfield returns after last year's success.Currently writing for Graham Norton and Ruby Wax.
Jo Caulfield puts the chatty, gossipy style she has perfected to brilliant effect in this breezy and funny show.
For large parts of the hour she strays away from the scripted stand-up into mostly spontaneous audience banter, demonstrating a lightening-fast wit and deft comic touch.
It is obvious that she's a long-time Graham Norton collaborator, as she quizzes the audience about their childhood hopes or how they lost their virginity in near-identical manner to the 'shiny poof off the telly'.
Caulfield has a similarly open approach, exuding an aura of mocking but friendly humour that makes even the most reticent of punter willing to confide.
It's even more remarkable given that for her stand-up sections, Caulfield relies on quite a selfish, disdainful stance that might be considered bitchy, were it not presented with such natural, conversational elan, disguising the cynicism beneath.
It's endearing because, despite the underlying superior attitude, the observations are delivered in a confessional 'I know I'm bad for thinking this, but' way, rather than with any trace of a cocky sneer.
She admits she has no comedy message and that she will mostly talk about herself - but rarely is such insubstantial fluff so funny, as Caulfield makes even the most basic of audience banter sparkle. A real comedy natural.
A superb compere, and a delight to watch her work the room. Brilliantly bitchy material that always hits the spot
Jo Caulfield: Better The Devil You Know
Jo Caulfield: Role Model
Jo Caulfield: It's Not That Important
A Seriously Funny Attempt To Get The SFO in The Dock
Funny Women gala 2005
Funny Women Gala 2006
Jo Caulfield Goes To Hell
Jo Caulfield: Two-Faced Bitch?
The Jo Caulfield Radio Show
Jo Caulfield Won't Shut Up
Jo Caulfield: Cruel To Be Kind
Itch: A Scratch Event 
Jo Caulfield: Thinking Bad Thoughts
Barnardo's Big Comedy Benefit 2013