Zoe and Jen will be performing at the Big Gay 10k on September 30th, then Zoe will join Rosie at ‘Femmes by the Thames’ at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern on 4th October and finally be back in Brighton for the Comedy Festival there on October 14th. ‘It’s a great place’, she says, ‘as it is a fantastic opportunity to catch up with what happened in Edinburgh.’ They chat about the hidden dangers of air fresheners and camping.
Also in the studio singer Richard Gresham who presents his unique service ‘Waiter Minute’. Singers, disguised as waiters, bring the best of musical theatre or opera to surprise audiences. He gives us a taste of his impressive voice, which can be heard live at the Pheasantry in Chelsea on October 24th with his programme ‘Guys and a Doll’.
For rights reasons the music is not on the podcast, but that’s what you could hear on the show:
1) Patrick Wolf: ‘Overture’ from the album “Sundark and Riverlight”
2) Hannah and Maggie: ‘Not the One’ from the album “Fine being here”
3) Nona Hendryx: ‘Tea Party’ from the album “Mutatis Mutandis”