Juliette’s performed five one-woman shows at Edinburgh Fringe with total sold out runs 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018. She tours the UK and internationally (Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, New Zealand International Comedy Festival).
Juliette was recommended at Edinburgh Fringe 2019 by The Telegraph, Evening Standard and iPaper, was The Times’ ‘one to watch’ in ‘Best of Edinburgh Fringe 2018’ shortlist, ‘Best Comedy To See’ in Sunday Times Culture magazine, The Telegraph’s ‘Rising Stars’, won Voice Magazine Pick of the Fringe Award Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Bedfringe 2017 Spirit of the Fringe Award, New Current Woman of the Year Award 2016 and Argus Angel Award Brighton Fringe 2015.
In 2020 Juliette developed virtual shows ReDefined, Kindness In Quarantine and Happy Hour – recommended by The Guardian.
Juliette’s appeared on BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals (BBC iplayer), The One Show (BBC One), This Morning (ITV), Tomorrow’s World (BBC), Skin Deep (BBC Radio Scotland) and Feeling Kind Of Funny (BBC Radio Scotland). Her new podcast Not So Lonely Planet is being made with Hat Trick Productions in 2021.
Juliette has written for Cosmopolitan, Metro Online, The Independent, iPaper, Huffington Post and BBC News.
Juliette is an ambassador for Rethink Mental Illness and runs training and consultancy on mental illness and disability in the workplace and educational establishments.
Juliette will be touring her show ReDefined live in 2021/22 and a new show in 2022.
Juliette has a history of mental health conditions, having been diagnosed with OCD, anxiety disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, complex post traumatic stress disorder, separation anxiety disorder, anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder. She has experienced psychosis involving hallucinations, paranoia and agoraphobia as well as social anxiety disorder and was sectioned under the mental health act at the age of 17. She is an ambassador for the mental health charity Rethink Mental Illness, works closely with Mind, Beat and Time To Change and is at the vanguard of acts incorporating these issues into their work in innovative and entertaining ways for mainstream audiences.
Juliette is an informed speaker and able to talk confidently on the subject of mental health, using her experiences and strength to offer hope.
“Juliette’s work as an ambassador for Rethink Mental Illness has played an integral part in educating people on a topic that many have felt uncomfortable discussing. Her willingness to draw on her past in a light hearted way has been vital in helping us to challenge the stigma and taboo of a topic that directly affects so many.”Patrick O’Brien – ReThink Mental Illness