EP95 – Maureen Younger – What is it like running an all-female comedy club?

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EP95 – Maureen Younger – What is it like running an all-female comedy club?


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About Maureen Younger…

Maureen Younger (@maureenyounger) is a veteran comedian and promoter who runs MY Comedy. A series of all female comedy nights which run for profit and charity.

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MY Comedy Club…

  • How MY comedy started and why? [0 mins]
  • What was the circuit line 12 years ago for misogyny? [3 mins]
  • What makes a “female” subject for comedy in real terms and in the cliche / misconception? [5 mins]
  • Do you believe in quotas? [15 mins]
  • Why/how did she come with the idea of promoting women-only comedy? [3mins]
  • Is positive discrimination a good thing? [39 mins]
  • Is an all-female comedy festival a good thing? [42 mins]
  • Do you give feedback to performers? [48 mins]
  • Do you book trans comedians? [57 mins]

Everything else…

  • What’s the biggest problem in the comedy industry and how would you solve it? [57 mins]
  • What advice do you wish you had when you started? [1 hour 2 mins]






Simon Caine is a comedian, author, podcaster, writer and social media manager. He's the host of the Ask The Industry Podcast (iTunes link) , writer of jokes for Twitter and teller of gags on the London comedy scene. He's also the person writing this and it is taking all his willpower not to make a "Simon Says" joke.
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