Jody Kamali: Comedian, Actor, Bristolian

‘Livewire’

Performed at the Edinburgh Festival 2013. Livewire was a real personal breakthrough show for me. It was to say the least, very experimental, and I had a lot of fun with the journey of this show. During most of early 2013, I had been involved in lots of clown workshops which completely changed the way I performed. I had the lightbulb moment of self comedy discovery. I began to discover HOW I was funny, which was something I’d been looking for many years.

The show was very physical, very stupid, very playful and very honest. For the first time in many years, I had really enjoyed performing. I couldn’t wait to perform the next show. every show felt different. It was all dependent on the audience and I would manoeuvre the show to how they were reacting. It was extremely honest and raw in that I revealed lots about my life and up’s and down’s that it came with. The show really set me up and since been having amazing gigs, headlining various comedy and variety nights.  The people who helped me discover my stupidity, which I am most  truly grateful for are: Ana Esmith, Phil Burgers aka Dr Brown, Aitor Basauri and my fellow idiots at Clown Camp. Livewire-Poster_web

 

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