Stand and Deliver Podcast episode 23 Colt Cabana

For the last 20 years Colt Cabana has travelled around the world as a professional wrestler. His hybrid comedic style along with his in ring skills have made Colt one of the most in-demand wrestlers on the circuit. His love of standup comedy drew him Read More …

Stand and Deliver Podcast episode 22 Jake Pickford

North London based comedian Jake Pickford has been performing around the UK since mid 2012, with his witty crowd work, life stories and one-liners. Rhodders and Jake talk about: …. Afternoon gigs, why playing unsuitable rooms can be easier, when Jake chooses to adlib, what Read More …

Stand and Deliver Podcast 19 Kathryn Mather

On episode 19 Rhodders chats to… Kathryn Mather They talk about: writing a dissertation on standup comedy, how to build TARDIS, trying to make comedy your living and why it is so hard, why being paid and having fun are not always linked, working in Read More …

Stand and Deliver Podcast- Maria Shehata

On episode 18 Rhodders chats to… Maria Shehata They talk about: Maria going from working the box office to her first open mic spot, why acts don’t want talk to audience members before shows, controlling a room without having to be “larger then life”, hecklers Read More …

Stand and Deliver Podcast 16 Jonathan Elston

On this show Rhodders chats to… Jonathan Elston. Jonathan turned professional at just 20 years old and runs a number of comedy nights. They talk about: Turing pro at the age of 20, why it’s harder to make a living from comedy now, how to Read More …

Stand and Deliver Podcast 14 Tom Mayhew

On this show Rhodders chats to… Tom Mayhew Tom ends up interviewing Rhodders about: his strange sayings, pre gig nerves, the pressure of comedy competitions, how Rhodders almost quit comedy and how he managed to enjoy it again, How Rhodders became a video game character, Read More …

Stand and Deliver Podcast 13 Freddy Quinne

On this show Rhodders chats to… Freddy Quinn Freddy talks about: Why he does not try new jokes when MCing, getting away with being abrasive to audiences, are audiences easier to offend and should comics change their style because of this? The types of styles Read More …