Here are four awesome shows you should definitely be attending
The sixth annual London Podcast Festival is taking place this weekend and the line-up is seriously epic. In even better news, there’s loads of brilliant queer talent on the bill. You can view the full programme on the event website, but here are a few top picks we know you’ll love.
Two Twos Podcast
Don’t miss the live debut of the hugely popular Two Twos Podcast, featuring Rose Frimpong and Nana Duncan delivering their unapologetic truth. Expect authentic discussion of fascinating topics combined with special guests, interactive games and the perfect amount of banter. Tickets are nearly sold out, so get yours booked ASAP!
Two Twos Podcast is at 9.30pm on 3 September. Get your tickets here
The Breakup Monologues
On the same super queer day, comedian, author and accidental relationship guru Rosie Wilby is hosting The Breakup Monologues. She’ll be joined by special guests Ania Magliano, Vix Leyton and Hayley McGee for an intimate and very funny chat about love, heartbreak and recovery.
The Breakup Monologues is at 7pm on 3 September. Get your tickets here
Catherine Bohart is appearing on Cariad Lloyd’s award-winning Griefcast at this year’s fest. Cariad and Catherine will talk all things grief and death, while planning their own funerals. It promises to be both candid and hilarious.
Griefcast is at 7pm on 9 September. Get your tickets here
Last but by no means least is Masala Podcast featuring fabulous LGBTQI activist, author, entrepreneur and speaker Raga Olga D’Silva. This award-winning series celebrates Bad Betis, aka badly behaved South Asian womxn. We’ve been tipped off that there’s a “big queer surprise” in store so be sure to book now if you want to see for yourself!
Masala Podcast is on 11 September. Get your tickets here
London Podcast Festival 2021 takes place at Kings Place on 2 – 12 September. For the full line-up and to snag your tickets before they’re all gone visit kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/london-podcast-festival
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