Richard Herring celebrates ten years of podcasting with the launch of a brand new pod to accompany his 2018 'Oh Frig I'm 50!' tour. He will be giving you behind-the-scenes access to what it's like on the road as a middle ranking stand-up. The highs of sold out medium sized venues and the lows of no one wanting to see you in Corsham and Harpenden. Plus some extra material that hasn't made it into the show and more thoughts about ageing. And with a bit of luck some chats with other comedians he meets along the way.
This podcast may include some outtakes and funny events from the show, but you can listen to it before you see the show without it giving any real spoilers.
You can see if Richard is coming to a venue near you by heading to www.richardherring.com/ohfrig/tour
If you'd like to see the show being filmed then come and see it on May 4th at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London: http://bit.ly/OFIFrecording
OFI50 #1: Dorking Cock. The Oh Frig, I'm 50 tour has begun and Rich is obsessing about audience numbers and wondering if he is going to make enough money to feed his family. He's been to Northampton and Dorking and chats to you from the dressing room of the Dorking Halls pre-gig. He also takes you through some of his choices for pre-show walk in music based on ageing and requests suggestions for other tracks from you (email him on email@example.com). He also asks why Leicester hates him (and answers his own question). His upcoming gigs are 7th Feb: Sutton Coldfield (SOLD OUT), 8th Feb: Chorley (ONLY A FEW TICKETS LEFT), 9th Feb: Leicester. Check out richardherring.com/ohfrig/tour for all the dates.
OFI50 Preview - Belittled By Scaffolders. Richard Herring introduces a brand new podcast that will accompany his 2018 tour, Oh Frig, I'm 50! (www.richardherring.com/ohfrig/tour). At nearly 40 he had a fight with a University lecturer, at nearly 50 he irked a postman, but recently he was nearly in a confrontation with some scaffolders who were even more childish than him. Hear his thoughts on the challenge to his admittedly weak sense of masculinity and his failure to get his revenge in any meaningful way. Oh, look at the photo. I've just noticed that the men are pointing to their own camera on the dashboard as I take a photo. That's quite funny. But you can see I was just four vehicles from safety - you can't see how many more vehicles there were behind me.