EP115 – Binty from Hot Water Comedy in Liverpool.
Total run time: 1 hour 27 mins 16 secs.
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About this episode…
Binty Blair (@ TheBinty) is the co-owner and founder of Hot Water Comedy club (@ HWCCLiverpool) in Liverpool. Along with his brother Paul (who is not in the podcast) they started the club back in 2010. Since then it has opened new venues and developed a reputation nationally as one of the best places to gig and one of the best places to watch comedy.
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Hot Water Comedy…
What was the Liverpool scene like when you started? [0 mins]
Did you think a comedy club could work at the time if there were none? [0 mins]
What’s your relationship like with other clubs nearby? [0 mins]
In your House Rules you have a “nice word” to stag parties, do you find many come to your club? [10 mins]
Do you think the Liverpool circuit is in crisis? [35 mins]
Does being a TV name help bring people in for your club? [35 mins]
What value do you put in awards? [35 mins]
Do you put much stock in competition credits and if so which are important to you? [35 mins]
What does the career ladder look like at Hot Water? [40 mins]
What drives you? [40 mins]
Who are your biggest competitors and why? [50 mins]
What do you think of quotas? Has this ever been a factor in your booking? [45 mins]
In an interesting move you have a YouTube channel where you upload videos of acts, why did you decide to do that? [18 mins]
You’ve got very solid branding and the look and feel of your facebook and twitter all feels in sync. How much time / effort do you put into it. [18 mins]
What’s the biggest mistake you’ve ever made and how did you get over it? [57 mins]
What are the common misconceptions people have about what you do? [1 hour]