“Feisty fire-headed pocket rocket” Broadway Baby.
“Energetic, comical and charming, Susan Murray captivated the audience with her personal engagement creating the most hilarious comedy show opening in Belfast so far” Love Belfast
“Has the ability to make quirky connections allows her to build a compelling believable and richly funny picture of 21st century womanhood..Anyone who loves the work of Sarah Millican and Kerry Godliman will find plenty to enjoy here” The Guardian
Winner of the first ever Jongleurs Competition and a seasoned regular on the circuit, Susan has emerged as one of the best female stand-ups in the UK and was the first ever woman to MC Decompression gigs for the British Army / CSE. She is in the top 100 Huffington Post funny women Tweeters. She wrote for and was a guest on Jeremy Hardy Talks To The Nation and has also starred in Stephen K Amos’ Idiots Guide both for Radio 4. Susan has written several solo shows to much success at the Edinburgh festival as well as performing in plays there. In 2018 she was the main support at for Britain’s Got Talent runner up Daliso Chaponda’s tour.
As well as writing for “8 Out Of Ten Cats” (Ch4) , BBC Radio 4’s “The Now Show”, “Newsjack” and “News Quiz” she has written and performed 5 solo shows; “21st Century Fox” (themed on the modern day phenomenon of internet dating); “The Glottal Stops Here” ( a show all about accents), “Photo Booth” ( anecdotal show about her obsession with passport photos) and “F*ckwit Club” ( gag filled show about life’s idiots ) sees Susan going from strength to strength with a more personal theme that showcases her knack for storytelling and characterisation. Her warmth and razor-sharp wit are winning over new audiences for her growing fan base. Her latest show “How Not To Die In A Plane Crash” was a cult hit at Edinburgh 2019 and made it to London’s West End summer 2021.
Arthur Smith said "She has the mentality of a spiteful 14 yr old boy! very admirable in a young lady!"
Stewart Lee said "Susan Murray's baffled everywoman persona cloaks a dry, intelligent wit."
edinburgh guide.com said "mainstream success written all over her... brightly energetic, a real talent"
Three Weeks said "a right cheeky little lass who oscillates brilliantly and wildly between characters, accents, stories and banging the mike on her head"