Since 2001, Lucy has been a huge hit with comedy audiences up and down the country with her distinctive, bouncy, feel-good comedy. Lucy has supported Puppetry of The Penis on the 40 date tour as well as the more socially acceptable Ardal O’Hanlon. She has written for Johnny Vaughan, Adam and Joe, Griff Rhys Jones and even Jimmy Tarbuck, interviewed porn legend Ben Dover and flexed her TV Pop-Quiz muscles with Noddy Holder.
BAFTA Award nominee for writing
New York Television Society Award winner for writing
Hairline Highlight Award winner
Royal Television Society Award nominee for writing
Have I Got News For You (BBC1)
Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2)
Rob Brydon’s Annually Retentive (BBC3)
The Weakest Link Comedians Special (came 2nd) (BBC1)
Comedy Cuts (ITV2)
Armando Iannuccio’s Charm Offensive (BBC Radio 4)
Parsons And Naylor’s Pull Out Section (BBC Radio 2)
Time Out said "Porter is one of the most talented comics on the circuit. Brilliantly crafted jokes. This is get happy comedy at its very best"
The Scotsman said "She is like your witty friend who's always brilliant company down the pub. Many stand-ups would give their non-drinking arms to be able to transfer that kind of sparkling barroom bonhomie to the stage and Porter does it effortlessly."
Daily Telegraph said "You emerge from this elegantly constructed show feeling appropriately and entirely in love with life."
Sunday Times said "Utterly charming. Porter is a frighteningly gifted comic who sees jokes in the most unusual places"