Stand and Deliver Podcast 3 Paul F Taylor

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Stand and Deliver Episode 3 Paul F Taylor

On this show Rhodders chats to…

Paul F Taylor. His style is a fast paced world wind of surreal, wonderfully silly ideas and characters. A versatile performer who looks equally at home at an arts festival and a rowdy Saturday night comedy club.

Rhodders and Paul talk about: combining elements of theatre with stand-up, following your comedic instinct versus working out what audiences like, do comedians ever have the right to blame the audience? Do Edinburgh fringe awards push comics away from being funny? Acts “trying to say something” rather than being funny, where is the best environment for comedy? Appearing in adverts and Paul’s double act with his wife Rebecca Shorrocks.

Rhodders also talks about his experience performing in the Amused Moose New comedian competition.

Where to find Paul F Taylor

paulftaylor.co.uk

@paul_f_taylor

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6 episodes available. A new episode about every 20 days averaging 34 mins duration .