The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 17: Live from Hoxton Hall – with Jen Ives and Emma Frankland
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4M ago
In a live episode recorded at Hoxton Hall, Rosie chats to comedian Jen Ives and writer / performer Emma Frankland about whether we’d go and see an ex doing a show all about their exes, actively choosing to stay in relationships (or not), growing up during the Section 28 years and not having access to information about trans identities, writing for Hollyoaks and much more. We also hear a fantastic audience contribution about a platonic relationship breakup from Tamara Micner. This episode was the second half of a live double bill. You may want to listen to our previous episode to hear Josi’s p ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 16: Live from Hoxton Hall – with Cerys Bradley and Shivani Dave
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5M ago
In a live episode recorded at Hoxton Hall, Rosie chats to comedian Cerys Bradley and broadcaster Shivani Dave about weddings, coming out as nonbinary, when to advise a friend to break up with their partner and the best chocolate treats to turn to after a heartbreak. We also hear some fantastic audience contributions from poet Josi and writer Katie Hall. Recorded at Hoxton Hall, as part of Hackney Pride 365’s Trans Awareness Week season, on 17 November 2023. With thanks to Hackney Pride 365 and to ELOP. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and bu ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 15: Live from Cheerful Earful – with Mary O’Connell, Hajar J. Woodland and Sharlin Jahan
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5M ago
In a live episode recorded at The Exhibit in Balham, Rosie chats to comedians Mary O’Connell, Hajar J. Woodland and Sharlin Jahan about the healing power of comedy, Tig Notaro, bisexuality, getting divorced in your twenties then going to LA and hitting on John Mayer, growing up Muslim, arranged marriages, sex ed lessons, giving yourself permission to cry and whether or not Sainsbury’s is the best supermarket for cruising. Recorded at Cheerful Earful Podcast Festival on 4 November 2023. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and buy The Breakup M ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 14: Live from Margate Bookie – with Lucy Vine, Olivia Petter and Zahra BarriThe Breakup Monologues
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6M ago
In a live episode recorded at Margate Bookie, Rosie chats to authors Lucy Vine and Olivia Petter plus comedian Zahra Barri about whether we all have seven archetypes of ex – the first love, the work mistake, the friend with benefits, the overlap, the missed chance, the bastard and the serious one, dating app culture, whether marriages should expire after a certain duration, whether there should be a lower age limit (of around 35 or 40!) of when you can marry, writing as catharsis, staying accountable for our part in a breakup, doing the emotional housework in a relationship, losing ourselves i ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 13: Live from IF Oxford – with Robin Dunbar and Max Dickins
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6M ago
In a live episode recorded at The Bullingdon as part of IF Oxford, Rosie chats to anthropologist and evolutionary psychologist Robin Dunbar and author Max Dickins about friendship – why why we need friends, how many friends we can have, friendship breakups, the ambiguous language of friendship, the When Harry Met Sally (or when Sally met Sally) question, Jane Austen’s observations on relationships, whether a close romantic friendship could ever count as ‘cheating’, the differences between (straight) male and female friendships and the experience of people with identities beyond those binaries ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 12: Live from The Bill Murray – with Ria Lina, James Barr and Njambi McGrath
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7M ago
In a live episode recorded at The Bill Murray, Rosie chats to comedians Ria Lina, James Barr and Njambi McGrath about first loves, writing a revenge novel, finding a suspicious condom in your partner’s bin, living in a house with your ex, polygamy, Njambi’s great great grandmother’s seven wives, sex party rules, the myth of ‘exclusive’ dating apps, the challenges of having sex when you have kids and much much more. Recorded at The Bill Murray on 24 September 2023. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and buy The Breakup Monologues book from al ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 11: Live from Green Man Festival – with Florence Schechter and Harriet Gibsone
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7M ago
In a live episode recorded at Green Man festival, Rosie chats to Vagina Museum founder Florence Schechter and writer Harriet Gibsone about breaking up at a festival, stalking your ex through their Spotify playlists, how social media fuels nostalgia, kissing boys at scout camp, meeting first loves on MSN Messenger, attachment styles, the cultural history of sleeping in separate beds (as a sign of affluence) and being dumped via Grazia magazine.  Recorded at Green Man festival on 20 August 2023. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and buy Th ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 10: Live from Norwich Arts Centre – with Lewis Buxton, James McDermott and Jess Morgan
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8M ago
In a live episode recorded at Norwich Arts Centre, Rosie chats to poets Lewis Buxton and James McDermott plus musician Jess Morgan about the challenges of writing poetry about exes, ghosting on the central line, having a best friend steal your girlfriend, dating someone who likes to dress up as a dalek, school crushes, teenage awkwardness, the etiquette of cinema dates, the downsides of dating a cyclist, sexual roles and much much more.  Recorded at Norwich Arts Centre on 27 July 2023. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and buy The Breaku ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 9: Live from Norwich Arts Centre – with Grace Petrie and Molly Naylor
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8M ago
In a live episode recorded at Norwich Arts Centre, Rosie chats to musician / comedian Grace Petrie and writer / performer Molly Naylor about ego and rejection, the challenge of writing good songs when you’re happy, crushes on straight girls, being ‘pre-dumped’, role models, bisexuality, butch identities, gender nonconformity, dogging and much much more.  Recorded at Norwich Arts Centre on 27 July 2023. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and buy The Breakup Monologues book from all good bookshops: https://linktr.ee/breakupmonologues The Br ..read more
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The Breakup Monologues season 6 episode 8: Backstage at Soho Theatre – with Ed Byrne
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9M ago
In an episode recorded backstage at Soho Theatre, Rosie chats to comedian Ed Byrne about whether tragedy plus time really does equal comedy, the healthy aspects of breakups, checking out of a relationship in order to make the other person dump you, why unrequited love leaves such an impression on us, advising friends after a breakup and having to take sides in a separation.  Recorded backstage at Soho Theatre on 18 July 2023. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram and Threads @breakupmonologues and buy The Breakup Monologues book from all good bookshops: https://linktr.ee ..read more
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