Camden Fringe Pod


Episode 7 - Rhiannon Jenkins

Season 1, Ep. 7

We chat to Rhiannon Jenkins about her forthcoming show Good Girl which will be on at the Museum of Comedy 12-13 August

Rhiannon is a UK performer who is bringing her solo show to a few different fringe festivals whilst also relocating her life to the US. The discussion covers the classic subjects of spreadsheets and porn (but not spreadsheet porn.)

Worh noting here that there is a San Franscisco Fringe already in existence.

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