Testimonials

“Kerry was worth her weight in gold. It’s not enough in Edinburgh to do your show and hope for results. Kerry ensured that absolutely every marketing base was covered.” Anthony Ayton: Belonging, Edfringe 2017

“Working with Kerry is a joy. For every vague idea I had, Kerry had six to ten more. My Five Year Plan that Kerry helped me with has set me off on a very positive and focused footing. I feel as though some of her sensible logic has rubbed off on me too. Kerry’s Marketing company is worth every second and every penny. I’ll definitely work with her again.”
Jo Neary, 2017: character comedian, actress, artist and writer – 12 years at the Edinburgh Fringe, nominated for Best Show in Leicester Comedy Festival 2016 , as seen in Ideal, Miranda and That Mitchell and Webb Look

“Kerry is lovely to work with and affordable rates! She’s been in the business a while and therefore knows the industry well and how it works. I would recommend her to anyone, she works hard and made me a great press release!” Sonja Doubleday aka Cheekykita: Tittitutar Town, Edinburgh Fringe 2016

“Kerry has helped me to sell out all my shows at the Brighton Fringe. She understands the business, the people, and she totally understands her client. She is a consummate professional who works to very high standards within an agreed budget. Kerry’s support and expertise has freed me up to get on with the comedy.” David James, NATY runner-up 2009: Precisely & Baby-Boomer, Brighton Fringe 2016 & 2015

“What Kerry Herbert doesn’t know about how to turn ticket sales round and sell out local comedy clubs just isn’t worth knowing.” Jill Edwards, Promoter and Comedy Coach

“Kerry has become an invaluable asset to our PR from the very start. Honest, insightful and versatile, she found a way to help us that suited us and was fast in doing so. A consummate professional, she is easy to work with, communicative and considerate, helping us to achieve what we both needed and wanted.” Adam Dahrouge, London Sketch Festival
Top Qualities: Personable, High Integrity, Creative

“Stand-Up Marketing (Kerry) has been invaluable in her efforts with promoting my show ’10 Films with My Dad’ (see I snuck it in there, learnt that from her) by producing tailored press releases and contacting venues and events directly. This has led to some brilliant opportunities to perform at events like the East End Film Festival.” Aidan Goatley: 10 Films with My Dad, Edinburgh Fringe from 2011

“The PR activities of Kerry Herbert on my behalf gave me a proper audience, got me previewed in all of Brighton’s press and even produced a grim-faced man lurking in the shadows with a pen and paper who lightened up when he got some cake.” Charmian Hughes: Charmageddon, Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe

“Kerry Herbert is well connected in the comedy world. She has been invaluable in her promotional assistance for our annual stand-up event BIG CHEER for Amaze!, helping us to sell tickets and get media coverage, and she has also brilliantly supported Amaze through Charity Chuckle. It’s a pleasure to work with Kerry, she always puts a smile on your face.” Nicky Bagilhole, Amaze fundraiser

“Kerry was an absolute joy to work with and inspired me with confidence.  Putting on my first one woman show in the Brighton Fringe seemed a formidable project but Kerry’s belief in it and enthusiasm for marketing the show, really contributed to its success. She brings her particular combined strengths of a wide in-depth knowledge of the comedy world and marketing into play, and is creative, enthusiastic and tremendously hard working on your behalf in all aspects of the publicity needed to promote your show.” Sha Wylie: And It’s Goodnight From Her

“Kerry has been a fabulous PR person for me on my show. Not only has she done her job well by getting me connected to the right publications, but has been a true support and help by reminding me when I need to do something myself to raise my profile at the best times to do it, and by being totally on my side.  A very personalised service. I thoroughly recommend her.” Fiona-Jane Weston: Loving London

 

 

 

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