Today, I’m joined by podcasting royalty. He is the co-host of the mega-hit podcast Off Menu (one of my favourite podcasts) and Taskmaster the Podcast, too. He is a regular on our TV screens on shows like Mock the Week, Would I Lie to You; he’s soon to be one of the new hosts of Pointless and he’s part of the esteemed judging panel on the Great British Menu. He is currently touring the UK with his critically acclaimed standup show, Electric. It is of course, Ed Gamble.
From coastal California to a catastrophic cruise, romance in Japan and the beaches of Cyprus, Ed takes us on another wanderlust-inducing world tour, also picking his own dream Off menu-inspired menu from the different destinations he’s visited along the way.
So fasten your seatbelts …
- New York, USA
- Newquay, Cornwall, England
- Comedy Cellar, New York, USA
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- The Buffet at Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
- California Road Trip, USA
- Ace Hotel Palm Springs, USA
- The Venetian, Las Vegas, USA
- The Madonna Inn, San Luis Obispo, California, USA
- Tokyo, Japan
- Kyoto, Japan
- Rutobo, Kyoto, Japan
- Miyajima, Japan
- Nara Deer Park, Japan
- Milk Bar, New York, USA
- Fruit Market, Hull, England
- SY23 Restaurant, Aberystwyth, Wales
- The Little Chartroom, Edinburgh, Scotland
- Deep South BBQ Tour, USA
A huge thank you to Ed Gamble. Ed is touring the country with his new stand-up show Electric. For tickets and further info, visit edgamble.co.uk
With thanks to … DK Eyewitness – Find “Go Here Instead” online at dk.com or at your local bookshop.
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