Who we are.

We’re Flat and the Curves, the comedy girl-band that’s been leaving sequin trails across the UK since 2021.

Brace yourself for a wild ride – our powerhouse, glittery cabaret is a fierce blend of outrageous vocals, relatable humor, and unapologetic horniness. We dish out tunes for the huns, tackling some of life’s most serious issues, like toxic masculinity, WhatsApp group chats, and dance-floor finger-banging.

So, what can you expect from a Flat and the Curves show, you ask? Imagine if Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda teamed up with the Spice Girls and went on a wild hen-do in Blackpool. But we’re not all about L-plates and inflatable dicks; we can also be sentimental girlies, offering our hot take on the feminine zeitgeist. Plus, we’re critically acclaimed, babes. This year, our Edinburgh Fringe show made it onto the British Comedy Guide’s list of best-reviewed shows at the festival, and we snagged a Chortle Award nomination for Best Variety Act. Our songs have graced the screens of BBC television and radio, and we’ve defiled the green rooms at some of the country’s top venues, including Leicester Square Theatre, The Comedy Store, Norwich Playhouse, and Cardiff’s Millennium Centre.

Take a gander at our events page for our upcoming shows.

If you’re interested in working with us, give our fabulous management team, Gag Reflex, a shout.


Katy Baker holding red wine

Katy Baker.

The voice of Judy Garland and the attitude of Ross Kemp

If you look up the definition of ‘Cabaret’ in the Oxford dictionary, you’ll find a picture of Katy’s mug, for she is the Cabaret Queen. The brains behind comedy troupe Four Femmes on The Thames. A hard nut cockney with a penchant for red wine. Make it a large glass, will ya?

Issy Wroe Wright.

The love child of Madonna & Aled Jones

It’s a laugh a minute with this one. Anything can set her off really, be it a cat video, or a phallic-shaped vegetable – once Issy gets the giggles, there’s no going back. The producer behind the cult hit show Shit-faced Showtime, Issy practically came out of the womb singing and hasn’t stopped since.

Arabella Rodrigo.

Dita Von Tina Turner

A diva with a heart of gold, but don’t be fooled by the innocent facade, Arabella comes out with some real filth. A West End and International Vocalist, Arabella’s vocals will make your jaw hit the floor and leave you wanting more.

Charlotte Brooke.

The face of Bush and the moves of Jagger

Our Northern diva, musical maestro, and all-round little weirdo. Charlotte could play the Piano like Chopin after two bottles of wine (and she has), she makes the backing tracks to all our songs and writes them too. What a talented little egg. No wonder she won Best Newcomer in the Musical comedy Awards 2018.

A near-perfect blend of relatable comedy, barnstorming musicality and bold feminist attitude


An evening of rip-roaring entertainment!!

West End Wilma

Truly remarkable!

Broadway World

I laughed, I laughed some more… I even snorted out a little gin & tonic!

BN1 Magazine

A hugely entertaining evening!


My new favourite fun thing

Stewart Lee, comedian