Back on tour after a period of self-reflection, comedy powerhouse Omid Djalili is admirably candid as he shares his concerns about the material that made him famous. Taking to heart some stinging criticism from his son, he explores the tension between his phenomenal commitment to live performance and his craving for validation
We talk about the tendency of white middle-class reviewers to froth at his otherness; whether or not his “everything and the kitchen sink” approach armed them against him; and find out what advice a young Michael McIntyre rejected…
20 mins of extra content available exclusively to the Insiders Club includes Omid on how Whoopi Goldberg inspired him when they worked together, an amazing true story about his approach to casting directors in the early days of his movie career, and the truth behind his mould-breaking audition for his key role in The Mummy (1999)…
Go to www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders for this and much more, including the exclusive Insiders Q&As with Nish Kumar, James Acaster and Fern Brady and the incredible “self-help for comedians” special with Amanda Donnet.
Catch up with Omid:
“Omid Djalili: The Good Times Tour” will be at London’s Eventim Apollo on 18th December and touring the UK until November 2022. For all tour dates and tickets visit www.omidnoagenda.com
Everything Stu's up to:
This podcast is @ComComPod on Twitter and Instagram
Stu offers remote talks to business on what the distilled wisdom of over 350 comics can teach you about resilience, especially in times of pandemic.
“The most inspiring talk I’ve had in years!” (LEGO staff member)
Find out more at www.stuartgoldsmith.com
Stu’s “Virtual Office Party” is now available as the perfect solution to remote-working office parties, sales conferences, motivational and wellbeing events.
“It was an absolutely hysterical and wonderful evening, for both those partaking and everyone watching online!”
- Maria Kuzak (Fundraising Manager at CALM)
“The games and interactive element were hilarious and extremely well executed! 10/10 from us, you created a real buzz in our business, thank you.”
- Ben Gott (SVP at Merkle)
For more info on how this unique concept can bring your staff together while working apart, go to www.stuartgoldsmith.com
Alarmingly successful for one so young, tender wee boy Daniel Sloss likes to get his teeth into an argument on stage. We discuss the pleasures and pitfalls of really committing to an angle, as well as learning who urinated on whose bag…
Get ad-free new episodes, bonus content from interviews and much more by joining the Insiders Club at www.comedianscomedian.com/insiders
@comcompod | www.comedianscomedian.com
And don't forget to join the Comcom Facebook group, which you can do here.
Filed Under: 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Amy Schumer, Bill Burr, Bridget Christie, Conan, Controversial, Dark Humour, Dave Chappelle, Edinburgh, Festival, Festival Comedian, First Open Spot, Fringe, George Carlin, Inspiration, Interview, Kai Humphries, Lee Evans, Live, Live At The Apollo, Louis CK, Mark Nelson, Observational Comedy, Quality Control, Rob Brydon, Sofie Hagen, Stage Persona, Success, The Stand, Tiffany Stevenson, Tig Notaro, Tom Stade, Twitter, USA, Writing JokesComments: No Comments
SUBSCRIBE NOWGet exclusive extra content, special offers on tickets, and first listen to new episodes by joining the mailing list!
Would you like to support us?Click the button.