Still in Edinburgh, Daniel had a cuppa with Aboriginal comedian, Steph Tisdell. Steph talks about her pre-comedy life, her battles with anxiety, and how overcoming those anxieties led her into stand-up comedy.
RHLSTP ed Fringe #8 Steph Tisdell and Jen Brister- Migaloo - Rich reveals the real reason he’s having so many female guests on the series before introducing two more of the blighters, Steph Tisdell and Jen Brister - Steph talks about how comedy is a great way to deal with and educate about the horrors of genocide, the awkwardness of white guilt and whether a day of being sorry is enough, plus how she Mrs Maiselled her way into comedy. Jen Brister talks about her brilliant book “The Other Mother” and how two women having a baby is pretty much the same as anyone having a baby, though getting the sperm arguably involved more palaver. Also eating ice cream without your kids seeing and bringing up boys and allowing them to express their emotions. Plus an excellent answer to what item she’d take from a museum.See Steph Tisdell in Aboriginal All Stars https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/aboriginal-comedy-allstarsSee Jen Brister in Under Privilege - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/jen-brister-under-privilegeOrder Jen’s book here - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Other-Mother-wickedly-honest-parenting/dp/1910931969/See RHLSTP at the Fringe and on tour - http://richardherring.com/rhlstpt/tour For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Steph Tisdell chats with Jacq and Dene and producer Annie about her fantastic run at this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Steph Tisdell is a major up-and-comer in the Australian comedy scene. After cutting her teeth […]
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YAAASSS ANCIENT KWEEN OF EGYPT! Mickey Flykick and Aria Salan are joined once again by the extremely hilarious Steph Tisdell to learn about one of the first and most powerful female rulers of the ancient world. What was life like for the Pharoah's? Was an Obelisk similar to Obelix in the Asterix comics? And why havent we really heard much about Hatshepsut in the intervening couple of thousand years? The answer to these questions (probably not the Obelix one) will astound you in a Time Travelling Ain't It Rich! www.patreon.com/aintitrich www.facebook.com/aintitrich www.instagram.com/aintitrich