London Podcast Festival announces first events | Socially distanced gigs broadcast online

London Podcast Festival announces first events

Socially distanced gigs broadcast online

The London Podcast Festival has announced the first events in this year’s programme.

The show takes place live at Kings Place in London from September 21 to 27 in  front of a limited capacity, socially-distanced audience. All events will also be livestreamed via pay per view.

Among those announced in the first batch of podcasts are Cariad Lloyd’s  Griefcast, Dane Baptiste Questions Everything and No Such Thing As a Fish.

On Saturday September 26, Deborah Frances-White will host a live edition of her podcast, The Guilty Feminist.  as par of a day she is curating which also includes Sara Pascoe’s Sex Power Money. 

Festival programmer Zoe Jeyes said: ‘So many amazing podcasts have done their first ever live shows with us at Kings Place and that’s one of the reasons it felt vital for us to continue the spirit of the festival and deliver a live festival in front of a live audience. We can’t wait to welcome back podcasters and fans to the venue.’

Tickets to all events go on sale from 5.30pm today here.

Published: 1 Sep 2020

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