Beloved of her fans, and radiating a genuine adoration for people, Bec Hill fizzes with comic creativity. We talk about how she lost and refound her sense of play, and explore the relationship between her faith, her self-critical voice and her work. We also cover the difference between a nerd, a geek and a dork; and talk fringe shows, flipcharts and whether she peaked at Piaf...
Extra material exclusively available to members of the Insiders Club includes:
- Her biggest challenge with social media and the surprising reason she no longer posts jokes
- How Bec dealt with a new act reproducing a very specific aspect of her style and what she fears from big business
- Bec and Stu share some more private stuff about what success means to us both.
Sign up now at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders
See Bec at this year's Ed Fringe here
www.bechillcomedian.com | @bechillcomedian
See my show at Soho Theatre between 9th-11th May
And come and see me at the Ed Fringe
@ComComPod | www.comedianscomedian.com
This episode was recorded at The Cheese Comedy Club, Bristol
www.facebook.com/thecheesecomedyclub/ | cheesecomedy.club | @cheese_comedy
Filed Under: Acting, Actor, Adelaide, Audiences, Australia, Awards, Bec Hill, Eddie Izzard, Edinburgh, Ego, Equality, Fear, Festival, Festival Comedian, Fringe, Gaming, Gender, Glee Club, Hannah Gadsby, Improv, Interview, Jobs, Josie Long, Mental Health, Onstage Persona, Persona, Plagiarism, Reviews, School, Stage Persona, Storytelling, Structure, Success, Twitter, Viral, Whimsy, Writing Jokes, YouTube