Chris Lynam interviewed by Sue Broadway or…
Very few members of the comedy world are worthy of the title ‘genius’; Chris isn’t one of them, he comes damn close. Sue attempts to find out why.
Dublin: Wednesday, 13th May 2020, 21:00
London: Wednesday, 13th May 2020, 21:00
New York: Wednesday, 13th May 2020, 16:00
Los Angeles: Wednesday, 13th May 2020, 13:00
Melbourne: Thursday, 14th May 2020, 06:00
Beijing: Thursday, 14th May 2020, 04:00
There are 100 event tickets
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Also live-streamed and a recording available on YouTube after the event.
Chris is renowned for many things, but mainly for bringing his own brand of crazed humour to bear on unsuspecting audiences. His comedy is wild and exciting, stretching variety to its limits.
Any one show may include acrobatics, outlandish operatic and orchestral overtures, flying sousaphones and anything else which may spring to Mr Lynam’s unnecessarily large and vivid imagination.
Read more here: https://chrislynam.net/
Sue is a director, choreographer and creative producer of circus and physical theatre, with extensive experience in large-scale and site-specific events. She also performs as a clown, compere and eccentric juggler. She was a founding member of Circus Oz in 1979 and went on to perform with them as an aerialist and acrobat until 1984. She then moved to London, where she co-founded Ra-Ra Zoo. On her return to Australia she became Circus Oz’s Artistic Director and has since worked on the several large events such as the London Olympics and in the comedy duo Batten & Broadway.
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Is an independent producer, focusing on outdoor work, circus and accessible shows. When not producing she can be found studying clown, puppetry and… accountancy.
a greybeard circus performer. He produces zoom video webinars. He started performing in The Amazing Mendezies, a comedy double act in Covent Garden, London in 1981. He co-founded circus theatre company Ra-Ra Zoo in 1984. He holds the world record for spinning 108 dinner plates at once and started a new career as a circus community builder last in April; he says he’s been training for the role all his life.
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