Since then Diane has been a working comedian, performing in clubs up and down the UK, but also internationally. She is the “Comedy Angel” of the Aarhus Festuge in Denmark, tours to Luxembourg, Italy and most recently Norway, her natural gift for storytelling but with universal themes and biting punchlines appealing globally.
In 2011, Diane returned to Adelaide, Melbourne and Edinburgh with a new show “All-pervading madness” (2011) a direct follow on from Lost in the Mouth Specific. This show highlighted Diane as a jewel in the comedy landscape, with multiple 5 star reviews and a nomination for Best Comedy (Emerging) at the Adelaide Fringe.
Diane draws inspiration from her own life and social concerns, and in total has written 7 stand-up comedy shows, each critically acclaimed and available to watch on Youtube. Steadily amassing an online fanbase, Diane is dedicated to her ever growing fanbase and takes time to personally respond to their comments, despite having over 10K subscribers on YouTube. Producing her comedy content and directly uploading it to YouTube has enabled Diane’s comedy scope to encompass the globe and bring smiles to people wherever they are.
“Diane Spencer seems incapable of producing a show that is not worthy of the high praise she gains. Her honesty and unflinching sincerity makes you laugh harder than you could imagine and once she has you there really is no hope of her letting up.” The New Current
“She is a flame-haired, filth-firing force of nature, tossing the audience from open-mouthed incredulity to tear-filled guffaws.” Sunday Express
“personable, hilarious and ballsy” Broadway baby
“Artists use paint to depict their work, Ms Spencer uses well-crafted words and stories to illustrate her art, words that ensured her set was full of genuine laugh out loud moments.” One4Review
“She invests it with such wonderful turns of phrase, killer punchlines and a gleeful delight in continually over-stepping the taste barrier” The List
“She possesses the natural delivery of a raconteur, and executes climactic punchlines well.” Festmag
“Half-horrifying, half-fascinating, all hilarious” The Skinny
“She is a flame-haired, filth-firing force of nature, tossing the audience from open-mouthed incredulity to tear-filled guffaws.” Sunday Express. “Half-horrifying, half-fascinating, all hilarious” The Skinny