#EdFringe17: Jenny Bede on Eggtime

Enjoy 15 minutes of music and chat with the brilliant Jenny Bede. Through a mixture of song, stand-up and sass, Jenny explores what it means to find yourself as a childless woman in your 30s.She tackles modern gender politics, love, sex and parents

PODCAST: Jenny Bede

‘Jenny Bede: Eggtime’ is appearing as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/jenny-bede-eggtime

Twitter: @JennyBede

Musical performances provided by the artist for promotional purposes. ‘Taylor Swift - Bad Blood Spoof’ Written and performed by Cariad Lloyd & Jenny Bede. ‘Emoji Song’ Written & Performed by Jenny Bede. Music by Kevan Frost. ‘Oi Tits’ Written & Performed by Jenny Bede. Music by Jenny Bede & Kevan Frost. Music arranged and produced by Kevan Frost. All songs © Jenny Bede 2015-2017

May contain material that some find offensive. Interview © 2017 On the Mic. Produced in association with Broadway Baby, Fringepig and Voice Republic. Many thanks to Mel Brown of Impressive PR.

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