Ep12 – Naomi Mourra



Naomi Mourra is a comedian, improvisor and co-producer of a regular comedy night on the Sydney scene.

There’s a well developed sense of irreverance to her comedy – she’s not afraid to speak comedy truth to power. In her upcoming show for the Sydney Comedy Festival she tackles a little book called The Bible.

Naomi’s performing her show, An Open Book @ The Enmore Theatre on 26, 27 & 28 April. Get your tickets here: https://www.facebook.com/events/237656840454622/ or here http://www.sydneycomedyfest.com.au/single-event?show_id=2200

The release of this podcast also coincides with the 1-year anniversary of What She Said Comedy, Sydney’s only all-female comedy night. Congratulations to co-producers Naomi, Sophie Long and Alex Potter for pioneering this weekly night @ the Chippo Hotel – you can find them plus some of Australia’s best and up&coming women of comedy on the stage each Sunday from 6.30pm.

Stay up to date with Naomi and the What She Said Comedy crew’s goings on here:


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Podcast homepage – https://widtaabbqs.home.blog/


Amuse-bouche: Ep1 – Rachael Millanta

Here’s the sneakiest of sneak peeks from the first episode of What I Don’t Talk About @ BBQs, dropping Sunday 3-Feb to a podcast outlet near you!

rachael picI recently sat down with Rachael Millanta, comedian, actor and writer, in Pyrmont.

We talked relationships.

We talked comedy.

We talked ducks.

It’s a good one. She’s an impressive person.

Tune in – Sunday, 3 Feb.

This thing is on, for real.