London, UK – NextUp has recently added Juliette Burton’s Defined to its ever-growing catalogue of comedic content at https://nextupcomedy.com/julietteburton/?fp_ref=amazingjuliette. The show was filmed at 2019’s Edinburgh Fringe and is owned exclusively by the video-on-demand platform. It’s a stand-up comedy special with the same charming look at serious life issues that Burton has become well-known for since her debut in 2015.
Juliette Burton Defined touches on candid stories of Burton’s battles with mental health and the many personal challenges that she has encountered over the course of the last year. She speaks of her numerous diagnoses, including OCD, acute anxiety, bipolar disorder, anorexia, bulimia, social anxiety disorder, and manic depression, and manages to put a comedic spin on it all.
“We’re thrilled to have Juliette’s wonderful show as part of our growing catalogue,” commented NextUp co-founder Sarah Henley. “Society’s relationship with mental health is increasingly at the forefront of everyone’s minds and we are so pleased to be championing this show. Defined explores some really important questions around mental health, and we passionately believe comedy is a great conduit to a healthier ongoing dialogue around how society handles this ongoing epidemic.”
The show has already received critical acclaim from various respected sources including The Sunday Herald, The Sunday Mail, The Daily Mirror, and The Times, which stated, “Burton drips with charm – joyous!” after witnessing the special.
Juliette Burton is more than just a stand-up comedian. She is an award-winning performer, presenter, writer, presenter, and journalist. The Times listed Juliette was listed as ‘one to watch’ in 2018 as part of its ‘Best of Edinburgh Fringe’ shortlist. She also has been featured in the Sunday Times Culture Magazine for ‘Best Comedy To See’ and in The Telegraph’s ‘Rising Stars’ of the Edinburgh Fringe. Her writing has been included in numerous reputable publications, including Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, The Independent, the BBC News, and iPaper.
Those who want to view the comedy special can sign up with NextUp and take advantage of a 7-day free trial. Thereafter, the service costs £4.99 per month. NextUp is available on Android, web, iOS, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, Roku, Amazon Channels, and Airplay.