Juliette Burton

Juliette has performed five one-woman shows, When I Grow UpLook At Me, Decision Time, Butterfly Effect and Defined at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with total sold out runs in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Her shows tour the UK and internationally with repeatedly sold out shows to critical and audience acclaim. She’s performed at Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival.

In 2020 she developed virtual shows ReDefined, Happy Hour and Kindness In Quarantine for online audiences which were produced by Ingenious Fools and she was recommended as a provider of lockdown comedy by The Guardian alongside Frankie Boyle and Kiri Pritchard Mclean.

Juliette has a lifelong history of mental health problems. She was diagnosed with OCD, acute anxiety, manic depression, bipolar, anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating disorder. She has experienced psychosis and agoraphobia as well as social anxiety disorder. She was an inpatient in mental hospitals/clinics 4 times, and sectioned under the mental health act aged 17.

Juliette is an ambassador for ReThink Mental Illness.

Ingenious Fools has produced a range of Juliette’s tour & outreach projects, including Defined, ReDefined and Hopepunk.

Hopepunk will be appearing at Leicester Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe in 2022.

“Juliette Burton’s got a huge talent and then some… seriously very funny”


Daily Mirror

“Hilarious… Her charisma, uniqueness and talent make Burton a force to be reckoned with” 


Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

“Entertainment with real social purpose”

Broadway Baby

“Burton drips with charm – joyous”

The Times