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The Podcast Show 2024 presents a festival of live podcasts BY NIGHT

The Podcast Show LIVE will host a week-long live podcast festival of live podcasts taking place around London from 20 - 26 May, celebrating world-class talent and bringing some favourite voices to the stage. 

Check out the first shows joining the lineup with many more to come! 

Islington Assembly Hall
  1. Islington Assembly Hall

    Beatrice, Tammy and Sharon are the unstoppable best-friend trio behind the chart-topping podcast, The Uncut Podcast. With new episodes releasing every Monday, listeners can expect brutally honest advice to the wildest of dilemmas as well as light-hearted discussions on pop-culture and current affairs. The podcast is growing exponentially, climbing from 10k to 365k followers on Instagram in 12 weeks, reaching over 5m accounts monthly and showing no signs of slowing down.


Business Design Centre
  1. Business Design Centre
    Mummys Boy

    Arthur Hill is coming to The Podcast Show and he’s bringing his mum!

    Mummy’s Boy is the latest work from TikTok superstar and musician Arthur Hill. Each week in true Mummy’s Boy fashion Arthur is joined by his mum to recieve some much-needed advice that only a mother can give - and in return providing his own unsolicited advice and opinions on his mum's life.

    In this special live recording, Arthur introduces his mum to a very special guest, plus the audience can get their own motherly wisdom as part of their feature “Mum, Can We Talk?"


Shepherds Bush Empire
  1. Shepherds Bush Empire
    George Groves Boxing Club

    George Groves has invited Carl Froch back to London to relive their iconic rivalry, 10 years after they fought in front of 80,000 people at Wembley stadium. Both men will share stories of how they used to hate each other, how they would get under each other?s skin, and ultimately how Carl knocked George out in the middle of the ring. This will be a night to remember for boxing fans, but this is George's podcast, it's his club, and you can expect him to get revenge on Carl by the end of the night.


Islington Assembly Hall
  1. Islington Assembly Hall
    Should I Delete That?

    In Should I Delete That?, Alex Light and Em Clarkson want to explore the nuance that is often left out of the polarising conversations that take place on social media. Join them as they dive deep into the grey area, talk to experts, tackle shame and have a laugh along the way…


Watford Palace Theatre
  1. Watford Palace Theatre

    In 2023 Danny asked the questions – do ghosts exists? And if not, why do we see them?

    25,000 people at theatres across the country came to find out the answers, in the biggest live investigation into the paranormal. Ever.

    You now have another chance to join Danny and his team of experts for this terrifying and thought-provoking evening, featuring chilling real-life stories of the supernatural experienced by ordinary people from ordinary places, brought to life on stage through thrilling theatrical invention in a mix of projection, sound and spellbinding storytelling.

    As these stories of very modern hauntings are shared, Danny and the team will debate what they think actually happened in these strange encounters.

    Whether you are #TeamBeliever or #TeamSceptic, a long-term Uncanny fan or just interested in the paranormal, you’re welcome to Uncanny : I Know What I Saw.

    All we ask is that you bring an open mind and prepare to hear some incredible stories and theories that may just change everything you think you know about the world.

    Danny Robins is the creator of the hugely successful BBC Radio 4 podcasts and global hits, Uncanny, The Battersea Poltergeist and The Witch Farm, the BBC TV series Uncanny and the award-winning West End play 2:22 – A Ghost Story


Clapham Grand
  1. Clapham Grand
    The Katie Price Show

    After the sell-out night in Manchester last year - Katie Price and her little sister Sophie bring their hit podcast 'The Katie Price Show' - to the stage once again! But this time - expect more chaos, more singing and even juicer stories!

    Katie Price has been in the industry almost 30 years and it's time to celebrate. She will be going back throughout the decades to talk about those never heard before stories.. from modelling days to being one of the first people in the UK to have a reality TV show, writing six biographies - what hasn't she done?

    And who better to have alongside her than her little sister Sophie who co-hosts The Katie Price Show, every week. They're opposites but their banter and relationship are what makes the podcast a success!

    Never underestimate the Pricey!


Islington Assembly Hall
  1. Islington Assembly Hall
    Watch What Crappens

    Watch What Crappens is a comedy podcast that focuses on the ridiculous world of Bravo TV. Hosted by Ben Mandelker and Ronnie Karam, Crappens has become a fixture atop Apple Podcasts’ TV & Film Charts. Screen Rant has called Crappens a "a go-to for reality TV followers" and Buzzfeed says Crappens is “one of the most influential Housewives podcasts." Ben and Ronnie were one of the first to turn their podcast into a touring machine, and nowadays, the duo can often be found on the road bringing Crappens to cities across North America.


Islington Assembly Hall
  1. Islington Assembly Hall
    Oh My Dog!

    Oh My Dog! is the new podcast from comedians Jack Dee & Seann Walsh, all about their relationships with their beloved dogs. Meet Jack's streetwise long haired chihuahua, Dolly, and Seann's spirited cockapoo, Mildred-Barrett. Each week, they're joined by equally dog-obsessed guests like Jonathan Ross, Sara Cox and Julian Clary. Be prepared for this podcast to reveal a very different, more cuddly, side of themselves and their guests.



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