Not one, but two cute podcasts are coming to London…
Main image: Southbank Centre/Tom Salinsky
The Southbank Center will host live streams of two award-winning podcasts this Christmas.
Off Menu and The Guilty Feminist are bringing their much-loved brands of humor and spunk to London with festive editions of each podcast.
First up, The Guilty Feminist Presents Camp as Christmas sees LGBTQ+ programming grace the stage at Queen Elizabeth Hall on Saturday, December 3.
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Comedians Deborah Frances-White and Tom Allen are set to host the evening, while guests including Rosie Jones, Larry Dean, Kemah Bob, Suzi Ruffell, Sophie Duker, Rob Diament and Russell Tovey provide cheeky Christmas readings, music and surprise guests.
Hosted by comedians Ed Gamble and James Acaster, Off Menu: The Christmas Dinner Party is a celebratory riff on the usual podcast schtick of discussing ultimate dinner menus with guests as a way to find themselves in a conversation far, far away. menus.
For the live broadcast on Tuesday 20 December at the Royal Festival Hall – the podcast’s first Christmas live – Gamble and Acaster aka The Genie and the Maitre Dream invite the public to an off-menu in the decorated Dream Restaurant, with more guests specials To be announced.
The Guilty Feminist Presents Camp As Christmas is Saturday, December 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Queen Elizabeth Hall. Tickets from £20.
Off menu: Christmas dinner will take place on Tuesday 20 December at 7.30pm at the Royal Festival Hall. Tickets from £24.
Both shows for ages 16 and up.
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