WINNER LOL! Manchester – Spirit of the Festival Award 2009
FINALIST Budweiser Legends of Laughter Comedian of the Year 2006
FINALIST Krombacher Comedian of the Year 2006
Cat Davies may well be a petite angelic-looking lady, but is a firecracker with dark and inventive material on stage, and an enigmatic and deceptively sweet delivery.
Cat has gigged up and down the UK since 2005, playing venues including the award winning XS Malarkey, The Other Side clubs, The Hilarity House in Kidderminster, and Rawhide in Liverpool, The Frog and Bucket, The Comedy Station in Blackpool, The Stand, and was the opening act at the Women"s Tent of the 2006 Manchester Pride Festival.
She is the promoter and former MC of Cats Cradle Comedy in Manchester, scooping the inaugural LOL! Manchester MCF Spirit Award for running a full programme of events for the Manchester Comedy Festival 2009 across two venues to a high standard. She is also the force behind RE:Verberate, an Arts Council funded literature night.
Cat is also a burlesque entertainer under the guise of Kitty Cointreau. Part of Manchester’s first burlesque troupe, The Glitter Kittens, formed in 2004, she performed as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as part of the troupe’s hugely successful debut revue show and at the Manchester Pride in 2009. Kitty Cointreau has appeared on Channel M and BBC Radio Manchester on numerous occasions, and performs across the UK at burlesque clubs, rock festivals and corporate events.
Cat has completed a television presenter"s course with Flying Dog Productions, Covent Garden, with an MTV director, and has television credits to her name.
She recently completed an MA in Creative Writing and has had poetry and short stories published by literary press and arts websites in the UK, Ireland and Canada.
“Kitty Cointreau is a delight, she"s worked up her own character complete with gorgeous costumes - and a bag of marshmallows ! Glamorous and classy, she knows how to work her audience...she moves like a gazelle "
Julia Brosnan, Promoter, Mish Mash Cabaret
"Vivacious performance" York Online
"Shows promise" Student Direct
"Opening comic Cat Davies"s, blonde hair and cute looks shouldn"t con you into stereotyping…she could be deadly" Blackpool Gazette