8 episodes

Join comedian Eric Rushton (Channel 4 Sean Lock Award winner) as he shares a pot of tea with Satan (comedian Richard Dadd) & asks the big philosophical questions: “does Free Will exist?” “is God a murderer?” & “one lump or two?”

Tea with the Devil Richard Dadd

    • Comedy
    • 5.0 • 7 Ratings

Join comedian Eric Rushton (Channel 4 Sean Lock Award winner) as he shares a pot of tea with Satan (comedian Richard Dadd) & asks the big philosophical questions: “does Free Will exist?” “is God a murderer?” & “one lump or two?”

    LIVE at Birmingham Comedy Festival

    LIVE at Birmingham Comedy Festival

    NOTE: Due to the nature of this live recording, the sound & picture quality varies considerably.

    Recorded at Birmingham Comedy Festival 2021, Eric Rushton and Richard Dadd summon their devilishly funny show to the stage for the first time. Voted bronze for the BEST LIVE SHOW category at the Midlands Comedy Awards.

    • 54 min
    Ep.6 – Love

    Ep.6 – Love

    Eric makes a deal with the Devil, as they take on the greatest mystery of all: the human heart. 

    • 35 min
    Ep.5 – Fame

    Ep.5 – Fame

    Eric needs to improve his celebrity status, & who better to consult than Satan Himself?

    • 29 min
    Ep.4 – Beliefs

    Ep.4 – Beliefs

    Eric faces imminent cancellation when Satan uncovers his most shocking and controversial beliefs...

    • 31 min
    Ep.3 – Death

    Ep.3 – Death

    Eric Rushton has got blood on his hands, and Satan knows all the grisly details...

    • 32 min
    Ep.2 – Commandments

    Ep.2 – Commandments

    Eric rewrites the Ten Commandments and does a much better job of it than God.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

trekkie_ram ,

Superb

Superb. Really looking forward to more & especially the possibility of more animated clips. 🤞

Lieutenant Whoops ,

Funny & interesting

Really enjoyed this. Eric Rushton’s comedy persona & Richard Dadd’s surprisingly believable Devil make an entertaining sitcom of a podcast with many laugh out loud moments. A modern day Screwtape Letters, it manages to be genuinely interesting as well as entertaining, which is always a great combination. I was sad when it ended.

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