Comedians Outdoors Getting COVID-Compliant: 2

Recently comedians have been emerging from behind their complicated phone camera set-ups, green screens and podcast mics to perform live comedy. We don’t know how long this will last with the ever-changing Government guidelines that tell us to go out, but not out out, to not go to the office, but not not go to the office and to be in bed by 10pm. But, in the meantime, we have updated our series Comedians Indoors Getting Creative to reflect to current situation.

Comedians Rachel Fairburn and Kiri Pritchard-McLean will be at the Monkey Barrel in Edinburgh this Halloween live-streaming their hit podcast All Killa. No Filla. You can buy tickets here!

The world-renowned agony aunts of award-winning podcast Dear Joan and Jericha have written a book. Why He Turns Away: Do’s and Don’ts, from Dating to Death is an unputdownable bible of sex and relationship advice on how to find, satisfy and maintain a husband, from dating right up until you or hubby pass away. To celebrate their debut book’s publication, Julia Davis and 2020 Funny Women Comedy Writing Award head judge Vicki Pepperdine are getting together for an exclusive live event broadcast from the London Coliseum, home of English National Opera. They’ll be tackling your own conundrums, as well as guiding you through the do’s and don’ts of…well, everything. For tickets click here!

Announcing the live stream of our last Funny Women Awards 2020 show on Wednesday 7th October, where we will be announcing the winners of the Comedy Writing, Comedy Shorts, Best Web Series and Comedy 50:50 Industry Award Award! Hosted by 2019 winner Laura Smyth, with highlights from our 2020 Stage Award final, we will be joined by Rachel Parris, Saskia Schuster and Vicki Pepperdine as well as this year’s 2020 Funny Women Awards winner Izzy Askwith. For tickets click here!

If you are putting on a COVID compliant event you think we should know about then get in touch on Twitter!

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