Episode 12: Geoff Rowe
Comedy Festival Director Geoff Rowe joins host Vivienne Egan in a conversation about how he founded Leicester Comedy Festival and the Big Difference Company, the motivations behind his work, how humour can be used to connect with people and the necessity to be adaptable for evolving audiences.
You can find Geoff on Twitter @geoff_rowe and Instagram @geoff_rowebem.
Check out Leicester Comedy Festival and the history of how it started, and follow them on Instagram and Twitter @LeicsComedyFest.
Check out the UK Kids’ Comedy Festival and follow them on Twitter @KidsComedyFest.
Read more about the Big Difference Company and follow them on Twitter @Bigdiffco.
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