Matt Price has been a professional stand-up comedian for about 15 years and is one of the best on a the circuit without a doubt. His life hasn’t been without it’s hardships, struggles and battles but he’s responded in the most positive, inspiring and utterly moving way. In his podcast, Conversations with Criminals he speaks to ‘retired’ offenders about what and why they committed their crimes. Matt, with his absorbingly warm nature and personal experience of seeing his girlfriend Martha [also a comedian] earns their trust instantly. Have a listen: https://apple.co/36t6lvm
Matt Price has been a professional stand-up comedian for about 15 years and is one of the best on a the circuit without a doubt. His life hasn’t been without it’s hardships, struggles and battles but he’s responded in the most positive, inspiring and utterly moving way.
Darcie Silver tackles being a transgender woman in such an intelligent, joke-driven and hilarious way. Her beautiful outlook hasn’t come without its struggles, in this episode we speak in detail about what it is liking growing up in the wrong body, how different society is today and what her plans are for her comedy career.
Jenan Younis is a brilliant London-based comedian with Middle Eastern heritage whose comedy shatters prejudice, racist undertones and social stereotypes with refreshingly honest observant anecdotes. Oh and she also does an unbeatable impression of Stacey Dooley
In this episode we speak about all of that, how her material has adapted over the years and how frequently promoter’s premeditated attitudes have influenced her success.
Rod Richardson is one of the most progressive and talented comedians on the Open Mic/ New Material circuit – we had an amazing conversation about stigma, gay rights and how much further the UK needs to go to be a country of equal opportunity.
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Ophélie Hocquard started comedy only a few years ago with a point to prove to herself that she would her fear of public speaking, within 20 gigs she entered the BBC New Comedy Awards 2017 and reached the semi-finals. Since then, she has become a professional comedian and is going up to Edinburgh with her show; “It’s All Going To Be OK”
Thank you so much for listening to the podcast and those of you who have donated to it, I really do appreciate it. I started the podcast by recording conversations with comedian friends, I ran out of friends and needed to make more so started broadening the episodes to many other comedians. I’ve been absolutely overwhelmed by the lovely comments, praise and support I’ve received from you who listen to the podcast.
At the end of September I will be kickstarting some live recordings with professional comedians in front of a live audience. The evening will consist of comedy from myself, a support act and a performance from the comedian featuring on the podcast.
I have also set up a Patreon Page for listeners to become patrons – by becoming a Level 1 OutLuker you will receive Two Free Tickets to the first Live Recording and 10% off tickets thereafter.