Episode 2 of the Glitter & Doom podcast is fresh out of the oven and ready for download direct to your ear-holes. It’s a feed straight out of the desk so the audience is a bit quiet, which means that you’re going to have to just figure out when to laugh yourself. So if you missed the night or just want to re-live the magic, then sit back, plug in and prepare for some aural awesome.
Enhanced Podcast: Download or listen in your browser here.
After the sell-out success of the first Glitter & Doom we’re following it up with another clanger on Wednesday 6th Oct.
Stand-up Comedy? Check!
Live musical score? Check!
Mystery musical instrument? Check!
The show will feature the superbly teutonic Henning Wehn and the wonderful Naz Osmangolu, plus regulars Kent Valentine & Julia Clark, Sam Astley and Charlie Pyne.
Tickets are now available from WeGotTickets, but can also be reserved by emailing TheGlitterAndDoom@gmail.com
It’s probably going to sell out again, so get in NOW!
The first episode of the Glitter & Doom podcast is now online for your listening pleasure, so if you missed the night or just want to re-live the magic, then sit back, plug in and prepare for some aural awesome.
Enhanced Podcast [52:32:33m]: Download or listen in your browser here.
The inaugural Glitter & Doom will be held on Wed 1st September, 8pm at the Betsey Trotwood, 56 Farringdon Road
London EC1R 3BL.
The night will feature surrealist TONY LAW & Australian one-liner machine KARL CHANDLER performing to a live musical score by our own Sam Astley on guitar and Charlie Pyne on double bass.
Kent Valentine & Julia Clark will be ruling the evening with an iron fist wrapped in a sordid punchline, so be punctual and nobody will get hurt.
Jokes and music will start at 8pm sharp, but the pub is open for food and drinks before hand, so don’t be afraid to turn up early.
Tickets are £5 and strictly limited, so:
If you don’t want to buy your tix online, reserve them by emailing email@example.com with your name, number and required number of tickets.