Jessica Fostekew at The Glee Oxford

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Sun 3Nov

Hoovering: Live Podcast (16+)Glee Club Oxford

Hoovering: Live Podcast
The podcast all about eating: live. Host Jessica Fostekew (The Guilty Feminist, Cuckoo and Motherland) joins a panel of celebrity guests to share some interesting local grub as well as their funniest and most brilliant stories about scoffing it.
All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID. (See FAQs)

*Please note food will not be available at the show.

Advance price

  • £15.00 Show Entry
  • + £1.60 booking fee per ticket

Times

  • Doors open 1:00 PM
  • Last entry 1:30 PM

More info

  • Seating type unallocated
  • Food available no
  • Minimum age 16

Jessica Fostekew. Comedian, actor and writer. Star of Motherland BBC and Cuckoo BBC/ Netflix, host of The Hoovering Podcast and regular co-host of the behemoth The Guilty Feminist. Guardian say she “wears her smarts on her sleeve, great stuff” and Fest called her “consistently hilarious.”

Jess had a smasher of an Edinburgh run and first ever tour in 2017 and 2018 with her show The Silence of the Nans. In the last year she starred in Sharon Horgan’s Motherland on BBC 2 and is an episode guest lead in Series 5 of Cuckoo on BBC and Netflix in January 2019.

She hosts her own podcast Hoovering all about eating which in less than a year has racked up nearly half a million downloads.

Jess is a regular co-host of behemoth podcast The Guilty Feminist and is all set to host a brilliant new podcast from the same producers in 2019 called X, Y, Z Boom.

She’s also been the regular host for several years now of BBC R4 Extra’s Comedy Club in the closing hours of weeknights.

Jessica Fostekew has written for BBC’s Mock The Week and C4’s 8 out of 10 Cats does Countdown, as well as BBC R4’s News Quiz. She regularly writes for a bunch of other comedians both individually and in writing rooms for radio and TV.

She’s working on three pilots at the start of 2019.

'Consistently hilarious'

Fest

'great stuff'

Guardian