Adam talks with British comedian, actor and writer Jayde Adams.
As you’ll hear Jayde began her performing career on a sad note following the death of her older sister Jenna in 2011. That encouraged Jayde to leave her native Bristol and start doing comedy, often in London drag clubs like Sink The Pink, Jonny Woo’s Unroyal Variety, The Glory and The Vauxhall Tavern.
Just three years later she won the 2014 Funny Women Award and in 2016 was a nominee at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards. She’s in Edinburgh again this year with her third show, an homage to Bette Midler entitled 'The Divine Ms Jayde’ (Pleasance Courtyard, 9.30pm, August).
Adam & Jayde recorded their conversation in February 2018.
WARNING! Includes frank discussions of a sexual nature and there’s also some dead rat chat.
Thanks to Séamus Murphy-Mitchell for production support.
Music & jingles by Adam Buxton
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