After an eventful year, Evelyn's feeling the paradigm shift and trying to figure out her place in this brave new world. In this much-anticipated second hour, the sharp-witted comedian explores her agency, the third-culture-kid-experience, weight loss and what this shift means for her as a woman of colour. Seen on Chris Ramsey's Stand Up Central (Comedy Central) and Rhys Darby's Furious Andrew (Channel 4). Winner: Best Newcomer, The Pleasance Indies Awards. BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017. 'Uncensored, unapologetic and... wildly refreshing' **** (BroadwayBaby.com). 'Honest and revealing comedy... both poignant and funny' **** (ShortCom.co.uk).
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- The Guardian
- British Comedy Guide: Fringe Q&A: The worst thing you've done at a festival?
- British Comedy Guide: Fringe Q&A: What do your parents think?
- British Comedy Guide: Fringe Q&A: What are you putting in your suitcase?
- Fest Mag: #MeToo
- I Talk Telly: I talk to: Evelyn Mok
- Theatre Weekly: Pick of the Fringe 2018 (comedy part 1)
- Voice Magazine: Interview with Evelyn Mok
- Punchline UK: Punchline quizzes Evelyn Mok
- Moody Comedy: Evelyn Mok: the Edinburgh interviews 2018
- The Herald: Fringe Q&As: Evelyn Mok
- Evening Standard: Fringe: where to see the previews
- Daily Mail: Where can you see comics in London before the Fringe
- Short Com: You have to be joking? Evelyn Mok
- FringePig: A piggy interview with Evelyn Mok
- The Reviews Hub: Fifty-word Fringe pitch: Evelyn Mok
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