Episode 73 - “Another Kind of Tea Ceremony” by Steven Morgan
A moment of laughter.
Comedian, improviser, storyteller, actor, writer, musician as featured on Australia’s ABC and the UK’s BBC, Steven Morgan is a jack of all trades, and self-proclaimed master of all of them too.
Living in Nijmegen, NL, where he moved from Brisbane, AU, Steven has toured and performed in famous comedy clubs and festivals around the world alongside acts such as Stephen Carlin, Damien Power and Greg Shapiro. Since moving to The Netherlands, he has become a cast member, performer and teacher with Amsterdam’s easylaughs, is a regular on the English-language scene around mainland Europe and hosts the popular comedy night LYFAO in Nijmegen. He is one half of Tru2U, was a former performer and teacher with Eindhoven’s Chili Con Comedy and is the host of Real Power Talk, a comedy interview series launched in conjunction with the media company All Things Loud.
He writes for a number of music websites including Clash Magazine, DIY Mag and All Things Loud where he has interviewed artists such as Idles, Al Murray and Dan The Automator.
Steven is available for bookings via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A statement from Steven:
"This piece was written fifteen years ago, the audio recording was made last week. I was living in a house with three other guys, with no internet, in the middle of nowhere, the four of us in our early twenties. It was one of the most boring years of my life, but I think that just made the highlights even higher. It's a memory I often associate with a summer's day, and with the weather so good right now, it comes to mind. Also, there's something quintessentially British about it, which also makes me nostalgic as I left the UK many years ago."