22: Ariane's column on Enid Blyton was published in The Spectator magazine


22: Ariane had a feature published in Spectator Life magazine


19: Ariane was interviewed by Shelagh Fogarty on LBC Today


14: Ariane’s first book review for The Spectator was published in the magazine’s prestigious Autumn Books special




27: The Evening Standard Londoner’s Diary made the Spectator cover its lead story


27: Ariane wrote the cover feature for The Spectator, which turned out to be the first all-female cover in the magazine’s 188-year history


25: Ariane’s blog on women in comedy was published on the Spectator website


25: Ariane was quoted in the Daily Mirror


18: Ariane wrote a blog about performing as an Asian comic in UKIP country for The Spectator


18: Ariane featured in an article by Claire Smith in The Scotsman


10: Ariane became verified on both Twitter and Facebook


4: A quote from Ariane was featured on the paperback edition of bestselling author Helen Dunmore’s novel Exposure




30: Ariane’s column about the weather forecast was published in The Spectator magazine


23: Ariane's fifth piece for The Spectator, Why Theresa May must channel her inner comic, was published online and voted the number two must-read piece of the day by PoliticsHome


16: Ariane recorded the Ask The Industry podcast


13: Ariane did her first 5 at the Comedy Café and was asked back to do a 10 the following week


3: Ariane hosted her own musical comedy night, Hullabaloo!, at Angel Comedy 2.0, Islington


2: Ariane's Love Letter to Jeremy Corbyn was published in The Spectator magazine




14: Ariane played Cheeky Monkey comedy club in Birmingham for Mirth Control


11: Ariane hosted the Monkey Business early Saturday show


7: The third edited digest of Ariane's weekly Adventures of a Stand-Up Comic email was published on Chortle


1: Ariane's third piece for The Spectator, on paying on dates, was published on the website




30: Ariane's second piece for The Spectator, on jokes about race, was published on the website


26: Ariane appeared on a panel debating spirituality at the How The Light Gets In philosophy festival in Hay-on-Wye, Wales alongside Angela Saini and Eileen Barker


25: Ariane's feature Dating Stinks was published in The Spectator magazine and trailed on the front cover. Ariane recorded The Spectator podcast with Cosmo Landesman and editor Fraser Nelson


19: Ariane played Downstairs at the King's Head


18: The lyric video of Ariane's song MILF Not Milk was uploaded to YouTube


11: Ariane's interview with Sara Pascoe was published in New Humanist


9: The second edited digest of Ariane's weekly Adventures of a Stand-Up Comic email was published on Chortle


4: Ariane won the competition and the trophy at comedy night Comedy Virgins, Stockwell


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27: Ariane went on her first journalistic assignment for The Spectator


27: Ariane was interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered, broadcast to 11.8 million American listeners across the United States. The interview was about a small solo local journalistic investigation she conducted last year, which was published in the Huffington Post


25: Ariane had an interview at the University of East Anglia for their MA in Creative Writing


24: Ariane was interviewed by the School of Laughter


21: Ariane beat The Blackout at Up the Creek (a five-minute stand-up gong show)


21: Ariane interviewed Sara Pascoe for New Humanist


16: Ariane played the Saturday pro late show at Monkey Business


12: Ariane premiered two songs from her 2017 Edinburgh Show at the Grouchy Club


12: Ariane interviewed Isy Suttie for New Humanist


8: Ariane played prestigious cabaret and variety show Pull the Other One


6: Ariane played Italian comedy night  Il Puma Londinese


4: An edited digest of Ariane's weekly Adventures of a Stand-Up Comic email was published on Chortle



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