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Stand and Deliver Podcast 4 Iszi Lawrence Part 2
On this show Rhodders chats to… Iszi Lawrence, a professional comedian with a sidesplitting repertoire of material. Recently, Iszi has extended the range of her work by presenting history podcasts and live shows. She’s even been hosting comedic, feminist tours of art galleries. In her free time, she swaps punchlines for real punches with jujitsu! In part 2 of their chat, Rhodders and Iszi talk about: diversifying her work; can you be both a lowbrow and a highbrow comedian; giving a comedy...
Stand and Deliver Podcast 3 Paul F Taylor
On this show Rhodders chats to... Paul F Taylor. His style is a fast paced world wind of surreal, wonderfully silly ideas and characters. A versatile performer who looks equally at home at an arts festival and a rowdy Saturday night comedy club. Rhodders and Paul talk about: combining elements of theatre with stand-up, following your comedic instinct versus working out what audiences like, do comedians ever have the right to blame the audience? Do Edinburgh fringe awards push comics away...
Stand and Deliver Podcast 2 Pete K Mally
Our guest for this episode is Pete K Mally. By day he battles to hold the attention of the pupils in his classroom and by night he treads the boards as a touring theater comic. Rhodders catches up with Pete backstage at the Epsom Playhouse before his show Twenty Years of Teaching: One Angry Rant. They talk about: going from 10min spots to hour long shows, doing a tour with no management, the difference between playing a comedy club and a theater and life a teacher. We also hear from The...
Stand and Deliver Podcast 1 Iszi Lawrence
Our first ever guest on the Stand and Deliver Podcast is Iszi Lawrence. She has supported Stewart Lee, Sarah Millican, Rufus Hound, Simon Munnery, Richard Herring, Jo Caulfield and Jon Richardson. Iszi has also created and hosts The Z List Dead List, a live comedy show and podcast about obscure characters from history. She is often heard on BBC Radio4's Making History. In the first of a two part interview Rhodders and Iszi talk about: standup as a conversation,The psychology a room (why...