★★★★★ Tom Rhodes Radio Review for Zoe Lyons in ‘Mustard Cutter’
Zoe Lyons is one of the best performers that I saw at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I love her style, her energy, her pacing and her material. Often when you are seeing multiple shows in a day at the Fringe festival you will look at your watch during a performance and I'm happy to report I did not look at my watch once while Zoe was performing her show Mustard Cutter. I simply got lost in my enjoyment of her show.
Her and I have in common that she also has a Dutch wife and her insights on being married to a Dutch person made me howl with laughter. Her facial expressions as well as her way of expressing how she feels about the life that she is living is of the essence of what comedy is about.
I will now bestow the greatest compliment I could give any performer by saying that Zoe Lyons contains the original energy of joy.
Like all comedians, I'm sure she has experienced a bumpy road but her attitude towards life and performing comedy is what attracted me to her soul as I sat among the audience watching her perform and why I wanted to highlight her on my podcast.
She lives in the artistic hub of Brighton and is a respected veteran of the UK comedy scene, she is one of the people I enjoyed hanging out with the most at the festival after parties and it must be said that I think she has the most glorious gap between her two front teeth. As a gap toothed person myself, I find that an irresistible trait in a fellow human.
It is my pleasure to present to you now the one and only Zoe Lyons!
Intro song: Cutting Room (Hot Pants) – Oceanliners
Stand-up clip from YouTube 1: Comedienne Zoe Lyons
Stand-up clip from YouTube 2: Joan Rivers: Stand-Up Pioneer Dead at 81 - Fifty Years of Funny | The New York Times
End song: Waiting In Vain – Annie Lennox Recorded at our big wooden kitchen table of our lovely Edinburgh Festival apartment – Edinburgh August 2014
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