Natasha Culzac is a freelance journalist, with articles published in the Financial Times, Evening Standard and Condé Nast Traveller. Graduated with a first class Journalism degree from City University. Has a love/hate relationship with puff pastry, is desperate to visit Belize and her favourite book is The Count of Monte Cristo.
They’re an odd breed, comedians. To be born with the nerve that happily allows one to get up on stage and proselytise, feet firmly on that soap box, on the day’s issues, before airing a pile of dirty laundry so confidently and brashly all to generate some chuckles, is something to be admired.
Have you ever shoe-horned yourself onto the 8.19am Denmark Hill to Blackfriars train? It’s not pretty. If you haven’t, and yet you live in this great megalopolis, then you’ve more than likely embedded your limbs into some other unwitting passenger’s soft, memory-foam-like body, on one of the city’s other overcrowded train or tube routes.