Literary festival 8t Oct

The challenges and rewards of writing… Asking for A Friend with Andi Osho

6:00pm - 7:00pm / Friday 8th October 2021 / Venue: Victoria Gallery & Museum
Type: Other / Category: University / Series: Liverpool Literary Festival
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Andi Osho is an accomplished writer, actress, filmmaker and stand-up comedian who has appeared on a number of popular TV comedy shows such as Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Last Call with Carson Daly and The Late, Late Show. During that time, Andi also wrote, performed and toured two sell-out solo shows and appeared at the O2 Arena in London and Just for Laughs festival in Montreal. Andi has written for broadcasters such as Fox, BBC and Sky, including comedy horror Twin Thing (Sky Arts) and her own E4 sketch pilot, The Andi O Show. As a filmmaker, her award-winning shorts have screened at film festivals around the world.  Join Andi as she talks about the challenges and rewards of writing her debut novel Asking For A Friend, which has been longlisted for the Comedy Women in Print Prize 2021.

This event will be followed by a drinks reception in the Waterhouse Cafe and a book signing with the author through the festival bookseller, Blackwell's.