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Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Rosie shortlisted for Mslexia memoir prize

Rosie's memoir about her music and comedy years has been shortlisted for the Mslexia memoir competition. In other writing news, she is in talks with Strata Books about projects - about which more news soon. Also, her piece on fellow comedian Zoe Lyons will appear in a What The Frock! anthology compiled by the Bristol female comedy entrepreneur Jane Duffus. The book is due out next year and features a host of male and female comedians talking about the female acts that have inspired them.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Discussing monogamy in both a funny and serious way on BBC Scotland

Rosie travelled up to Edinburgh in September to take part in a comedy night about subversive or controversial takes on love recorded at The Stand for the Dabster Productions series Funny Kind Of Life. This comedy set will be intercut with an interview dissecting the material and the experiences behind it with presenter Julia Sutherland. The Funny Kind Of Love episode airs on BBC Scotland on Tuesday Dec 9 at 13.30 and will of course be available on iPlayer for those of you not in Scotland

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Listen again to Rosie on Four Thought

Rosie presented a 15 minute talk on monogamy at the ICA recorded for Radio 4. Listen again.  Meanwhile, her article for New Statesman magazine has had 2.4k likes and has been translated into Italian for Poliamore Italia

Friday, 11 July 2014

Rosie on Radio Four again. Apply for free tickets to the recording

Rosie will be recording a 15 minute talk on monogamy and polyamory and presenting some of her brand new ideas on the subject (including the 'costs' of serial monogamy, both emotional and financial, and defining a new 'currency of commitment' that celebrates 'love affair friendships') as part of a recording for Radio 4 Four Thought on July 24th at the ICA. Apply for free tickets to the recording (with 3 other speakers on different subjects) here. The broadcast will be on a Wednesday evening in late August. Exact date to follow. In the meantime, you can also listen to her recent appearance discussing lesbians and marriage on Woman's Hour (its the first item of this broadcast) and hear her take part in a marriage debate for Voice Of Russia 

Nineties Woman comes to Edinburgh Fringe - and its FREE!

Nineties Woman will appear at the rather swanky Voodoo Rooms (venue number 68 on the official Fringe map) on West Register Street from August 2nd - 24th (not 11th) at 12.05pm (just after midday not midnight!). It is part of the PBH Free Fringe so you don't even have to book. Just turn up and then if you've enjoyed it make a donation towards my Fringe costs in a bucket at the end. If you do enjoy the show please tweet @rosiewilby and let me know. I've performed at the Voodoo Rooms in the Speakeasy (downstairs) in previous years as a guest at Magic Faraway Cabaret and fell in love with the space. I hope you like it too. Here's some more reviews from Three Weeks (4 stars), The Examiner (5 stars), Rude Mag and this blog (5 stars). Further tour dates to come at Bournemouth Arts by the Sea fest and Brighton comedy fringe...

Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Rosie shortlisted for Broadcaster of the Year alongside Clare Balding!

In recognition of her show Out In South London on Resonance FM, Rosie has been shortlisted for Broadcaster of the Year alongside Clare Balding and Jane Hill. Voting closes on March 24 so do give her your vote here.
She also appears on Radio 4 Woman's Hour on Friday April 4th discussing lesbians and marriage, and will be presenting Sunday Night Live on BBC Sussex and Surrey from 5-6pm on Sundays 22nd, 29th June, 6th and 13th July 2014

Science Of Sex gets a great review


Valentine's Day performance of The Science Of Sex at the National Waterfront Museum in Swansea had this great review from Buzz magazine. Doctor Love made a comeback in 2015 in a revived version of the show which got this review from The Sick Of The Fringe 

Monday, 20 January 2014

Podcasts Galore - with Sean Hughes, Lucy Porter and Sarah Kendall

Rosie guested recently on Episode 6 of Girl Riot with Lucy Porter and Sarah Kendall. Listen here 

She also appeared on Sean Hughes' podcast Off The Radar alongside fellow guest Keith Farnan. Listen here

Rosie recorded a short essay on monogamy for The Pod Delusion which you can hear here

She also appeared at Stand Up Tragedy in January and her set is featured on their podcast. Tune in here