The comedy of living in Paris

This week on the podcast it’s comedian Sarah Donnelly, talking about the comedy of living in Paris. After all, despite all the glorious things in Paris, real life here involves endless barriers to jump over, paperwork, and apparent Catch 22 situations.

On the pod we discuss it all, including a look at her popular new show “The Only American in Paris”, part of which features her infatuation with the rugged good looks of France’s president.

Believe it or not, we also trade Paris stories about Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Jordan, and almost running over Emmanuel Macron on a Velib bicycle.

The podcast episode

Here’s the episode of the show, you can also find it anywhere you get podcasts, or simply click play below.

How to find Sarah in Paris

You can find tickets for “The Only American in Paris” here, follow Sarah on Instagram here or search @sarahdcomedy on social media. Her official website is here.

Sarah describes herself as an American stand-up comedian, podcast Queen, and writer, who has performed in the US, Europe, and Asia alongside comedians like Jerry Seinfeld, Gad Elmaleh, and Louis CK.

Her upcoming shows are at the Théâtre Bo Saint Martin on March 9th and March 30th at 21h30.

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