Comedians Indoors Getting Creative: Part 19

Comedians aren’t just at risk of cabin fever during this time of social distancing and self-isolation, gig cancellations have meant not just loss of earnings but also fewer chances to try out new material or build audiences. However, being a creative lot, comedians have been flexing their comedy muscles online, using YouTube, Twitch, Twitter and other sites to connect with audiences, new and established alike. To help you get your comedy fix, every week we’ll be putting together a list of projects we’ve spotted online by funny women… 

In a simultaneously genius and cute move, comedian Jenny Yang is hosting live stand up shows on Animal Crossing. For tickets and more information click here!

Funny Women Survival Guide guest Stevie Martin has started a weekly book club on Twitch. Each week Stevie will discuss a book with a fellow comedian and her Twitch followers, not a reader? Doesn’t matter here because the book’s made up. To catch up with Stevie’s book club click here!

Comedians Jen Brister, Maureen Younger and Allyson June Smith have joined forces to talk bollocks on a podcast. An irreverent magazine show with bracing, anarchic chat from three middle-aged, funny women tackling whatever takes their fancy from the world that week. Subscribe now!

We will be back next week with more projects, you can tweet us @funnywomen or contact us on Facebook if you have a project you want us to share… Check out last week’s picks here!

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