RHLSTP Edinburgh 2019 14 - Sunil Patel & Daliso Chaponda
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RHLSTP Ed Fringe 2019 #14 Sunil Patel and Daliso Chaponda - Donkeys - Richard is losing his mind in the Groundhog Day of Edinburgh and still turning up at the wrong venues, but he so far has always made it to his own. His guests today are Sunil Patel and Daliso Chaponda. With Sunil he chats about comedy psychopaths, whether there are any good white people, missing out on sunilpatel.com, sharing accommodation with comedians and there’s some fascinating stuff for anyone who is interested in beards. With Daliso the talk revolves around insulting flags and when comedy has real consequences, how art can change its meaning over time, why so many people are being blacklisted these days, being a hero in Malawi and meeting Pamela Anderson. See Sunil’s show White Knight - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/sunil-patel-white-knight See Daliso’s show Blah Blah Blacklist - https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/daliso-chaponda-blah-blah-blacklist See RHLSTP in Edinburgh or on tour http://richardherring.com/rhlstpt/tour For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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