Sarah Kendall is an Australian comedian from Newcastle, New South Wales, now living in London. She won the Raw Comedy competition in 1998, regularly appeared on Australian television, and moved to the United Kingdom in 2000.
RHLSTP Ed Fringe 2019 #16 - Rich Wilson and Sarah Kendall - Nagasaki Spider-man -There’s so much controversy over Joke of the Fringe that Richard can’t work out what to think. Luckily he has guests to do his thinking for him - Rich Wilson and Sarah Kendall. With Rich that chat revolves around why you should never follow the advice of Rob Rouse, what happens when you pretend to be gay so you can work in a gay sauna, why talking a bit might help men’s mental health and honesty in comedy. With Sarah things get giddy as the pair try to work out if they are actually alive, how Victorians coped with mortality, the best place to sit on a plane and how brilliant Bryony Kimmings is. Richard finds this one the funniest of the run so far.See Rich Wilson’s show - Tickets here https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/rich-wilson-death-becomes-himListen to his podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/insane-in-the-men-brain/id1454275103See Sarah’s show - tickets here - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/sarah-kendall-paper-planesSee RHLSTP - http://richardherring.com/rhlstpt/tour  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Writer and comedian Sarah Kendall (Australian Trilogy) celebrates Sydney Pollack's hit 1982 comedy where Dustin Hoffman learns to be a better man by being a woman.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
UK based Australian comedian Sarah Kendall is the first to be interrogated by The Chaser's Charles Firth and Dom Knight on behalf of Border Force. She's won awards and hosted BBC radio shows over there, and is a regular at comedy festivals here, but is she still Australian enough to be allowed back permanently? Find The Chaser at: https://twitter.com/chaser 
Comedian Sarah Kendall joins Robin and Josie to talk about her upcoming Edinburgh show and Radio 4 series as well as bringing in a big bag of her favourite books. There’s Jeffrey Eugenides, Kurt Vonnegut, David Mitchell, Ben Moor, Marta Hillers and plenty of others. Also Josie reads us her favourite poem. Content Warning- The following episode contains a discussion about sexual violence.
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Aug 3rd, 1976
Episode Count
4
Podcast Count
4
Total Airtime
3 hours, 30 minutes