Georgie Morrell is a comedian, writer, presenter and actor.
Georgie has performed two solo shows, A Poke In The Eye and The Morrell High Ground, at the Edinburgh Fringe: A Poke In The Eye transferred to Soho Theatre. Georgie has performed both shows at various festivals around the UK including Brighton Fringe and Leicester Comedy Festival. Georgie has been commissioned by The New Theatre Wolsey, Ipswich, for her third show, Eyecon, which premiered at The Vault Festival in 2018. She also played Libby in Libby’s Eyes at The Bunker Theatre in London as part of the 2018 BREAKING OUT Festival.
Georgie’s credits include 5 live with Emma Barnett (BBC Radio 5 Live), BBC Ouch Storytelling Live: Relationships (BBC iPlayer), 5 News (Channel 5), and the BBC Radio 4 drama Jayne Lake for which she was nominated for a BBC Audio Award for Best Debut Performance.
Georgie is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. She has also written for the RNIB’s Insight magazine and has featured in Time Out and Metro. Georgie is a regular on panel discussions as a disability advocate as well as being an ambassador for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC).
Georgie’s writing work has been shortlisted for the BBC Comedy Writers Room and long-listed for the Funny Women Writing Award.
Georgie is an experienced voiceover artist. Her credits include the RNIB’s Save Our Sight campaign and the audio description for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s History Of Disability Exhibition.
Television & Radio credits
" Inspirational...a seat on Graham Norton's sofa surely awaits "
" Great comic timing "
" Riotous, unapologetic and side-splittingly funny, Morrell pours fuel onto the fire, and sets disability taboos alight "