London Hughes

London Hughes

Originally known as Miss London, she won the 2009 Funny Women Award. She became a regular presenter on CBBC and made her Radio 4 debut in August 2013, writing and starring in her own sitcom pilot named 28 Dates Later. In 2014 she landed a role in the ITV2 reality show Bad Bridesmaid.
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Miss London at the 2009 Funny Women final

Note: This review is from 2009

Review by Steve Bennett

‘Single ladies MAKE SOME NOISE!’ As feisty as they come, high-impact Miss London – the alter-ego of 20-year-old Dionne Hughes – bursts on to the stage with attitude so in-your-face you can’t ignore it.

Her aggressive stance is such that she sneers at ugly boys who dare to talk to her on the dance floor and orders us to clap at routines she insists are worthy.

Slipping in phrases from both African and Caribbean cultures, she demands that we enjoy her through sheer force of personality alone.

Closer analysis might reveal a lack of substance beneath all this front, but for a short set she injects such energy into the room that it’s hard to resist.

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Published: 22 Sep 2009


Past Shows

Edinburgh Fringe 2017

London Hughes: Superstar

Edinburgh Fringe 2019

London Hughes: To Catch a D*ck


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