ABOUT and quotes
Harriet was born in 1867 to the German house DJ, Patroleum Bom Funk and an ol' fishwife named Val. They weren't too sure about her but she liked the cut of their jib so felt many crusades were to follow. Sadly Patroleum Bom Funk developed gout and refused to die alone so dragged Val with him,the crusty swine! Even in the afterlife Val regrets the one day she didn't have her tomahawk with her.

although crushed Harriet now knows to, "Never let the gout drag you down" and as a result she took up Maypole Dancing. Out of the ashes came the phoenix as it were. Always follow your dreams guys.

And now in real life...

Harriet properly started stand-up in 2010 after a Uni course previously pricked her interest. She regularly gigs all over the UK and sometimes all over Europe too.

Harriet's done the majority of the UK festivals and big clubs, although sadly the thing she seems to be recognised the most from is when she went on Dinner Date eight years ago and didn't cook the chicken propelry thus giving her date the shits.

For comedy Harriet's been on BBC Radio 4 Extra numerous times, BBC Ouch, BBC3 and is currently on iplayer with some stand-up she did that seemed to do very well (clink links in "clips" to gander that.) Harriet also joined Jason Manford on his absolute Radio breakfast show in 2017. 

Harriet's had numerous critically acclaimed solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her favourite being, "Barking at Aeroplanes" which was one of the first to be about mental health. This created quite the support and following with folk relating to a lot of the issues in it and as a result Harriet's done a lot of work through comedy to do with mental health. examples of this are her Barking Tales comedy night where most of the acts and audience tend to have mental health issues themselves in a bid to raise awareness, help to break the stigma that still surrounds mental health plus creating a safe space for the acts and audience members that perhaps wouldn't feel that at a "regular club." Harriet also has the podcast, "Don't Worry, Bi(polar) Happy" which is available on iTunes, Podbean and Stitcher. 

For the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Harriet was selected to be a part of the prestigious, "Big Value Showcase" that many of the comedy greats have done so she found it an honour and a privilege to be a part of that. Harriet's currently working on a musical so keep your peepers out for that as it promises to be a right ol' menagerie of tomfoolery. 

“Dyer exists in a joyful equilibrium, at the point where self-depreciation and a total embracement of oddness meet in utterly likeable harmony… Beautifully, brilliantly weird… Absolutely worth a watch” - Broadway Baby

"Instinctively funny" - Steve Bennett, Chortle

"She's got funny bones" - Kevin Bridges

"A bundle of whimsical hilarity... a breath of fresh air... will have you in stitches" - Broadway Baby

"It was refreshing to see such a vibrant young woman host in an all male stand-up show; Dyer made the audience feel at home and managed to wow the crowd… Loveable and delightful"
– Three Weeks