Funny girls: a review of the barricades of feminine comedy 2020-11-06T20:33:28+00:00

Funny girls: a review of the barricades of feminine comedy

With Lorena Iglesias, Penny Jay, Victoria Martín (Living Postureo) and Carolina Iglesias (Percebes y grelos)

What the hell is going on? Are women not “funny”? We will talk with four comedians who developed their work from the resistance and from the internet to know why it is difficult to assume that women are as funny as men.


Sara García, better known as PennyJay, is funny and addicted to social networks. Creator of the Riot Comedy project, the first female comedy show that claims the presence of women in the world of comedy, which she produces, directs and presents. Collaborator in Señoras Fetén. Freelancer on the edge of the nervous breakdown. She began her first steps on digital contents with ‘Abuela, salgo el net’, first media focused on the news of content creators on the Internet, but quit the project because it didn’t make any money. Arch enemy of half of the country, but very close friend with her friends.


Victoria Martín de la Cova (Madrid, 1989) is a journalist, screenwriter and television and radio collaborator. She is co-creator of the YouTube channel ‘Living Postureo’ and collaborator in Yu No Te Pierdas Nada in FM Europe. Victoria has worked as a screenwriter for La Resistencia, by David Broncano, as a collaborator for Las Que Faltaban, by Movistar +, and has participated in different formats at the Comedy Central channel. She is also co-creator and hostess of the Problemas del Primer Mundo show, a format of Flooxer, Neox and Europa FM.


Lorena Iglesias Lista is a marginal comedian, actress, screenwriter and youtuber. She is currently developing the series ‘Millennials mal’ at the Film Academy, about an “old millennial”, hypochondriac and neophyll. Since 2019 she has conducted the weekly, always different show, Necroshow, participates in radio programs and collaborates in feminist events such as ‘Princesas y Darthvaders’, Riot Comedy, etc. Her comic style has been described as “hallucinated comedy or thinking out of the box.” Better to see. Better to see to believe.


Carolina Iglesias (Oleiros, 1993) is a screenwriter, comedian and show hostess. She made herself known in the Operación Triunfo Chat and collaborating on Yu (Los 40) and La Hora Yutuber by Vodafone Yu. Known online as Percebesygrelos, in her YouTube channel she talks about all her passions: pop culture, Galicia and Eurovision. She broadcasts the Eurovision Festival for the RTVE website since 2016, interviews people while having a drink and acted a sleeping role in Paquita Salas, a milestone in her career. She has participated in various television formats such as Zapeando (La Sexta), Lo Siguiente (TVE) or Ilustres Ignorantes (Movistar +) but also in digital platforms as a reporter in Verano Influencer (MTmad), collaborated in Problemas del Primer Mundo (Flooxer) and inn OTVision (Playz). In 2018 she published the poem book “El amor, qué movida”, a compilation of poems born from heartbreak in which pop culture and feelings flourish in each verse.