Hoovering - Episode 89: Brona C Titley
Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Guilty Feminist, Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering.
In this episode I’m talking to my friend the truly extraordinary writer and actor Brona C Titley. We’ve made friends over the course of the last few years on some writing jobs and Brona is one of the funniest people I know - it’s been a long old wait for me to finally get her on the podcast so I’m over the moon that it’s happening! It doesn’t disappoint. We’re having tea and biscuits at the Bill Murray and as you’ll hear, Brona’s super pregnant which is a Hoovering first.
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Tickets to see Hoovering LIVE in 2019
Our next live show is up in Thirsk on Sat 23rd November as part of the amazing PODCAST SOCIAL CLUB run by the legends behind Deer Shed Festival. My guests include comedian Kate Fox and one more being announced super soon.
I have a stand up show called HENCH all, roughly about strength and gender and a little bit about diet-life too you know. It got nominated for best show in Edinburgh and it won some other shit and got sexy reviews across the board. It’s on tour and I would love love love to have you come to it.
In January it’s at the SOHO THEATRE from 6th - 25th. Not Sundays but all the other nights. It’s sold out in October and January is nearly sold out most weekend nights now so get in quick yes please yes please.
Outside of that I’ll be doing new material gigs and I’m always sticking new dates on MY WEBSITE so have a check. The Hoovering Live dates go on there too.
We recorded this episode upstairs in the absolutely brilliant comedy pub in Islington THE BILL MURRAY
We got our annoyingly good cakes, biscuits and coffees from COFFEEWORKS in Islington.
And of course New York’s BIG GAY ICE-CREAM SHOP
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