The Montreal arts and entertainment podcast that dares to ask comedian Elspeth Wright: “What are your thoughts on two-way mirrors?” – that question of course asked by none other than Mike Carrozza in episode 253.

Elspeth Wright is one of those comedians who has made her presence felt in a big way in the Montreal comedy. Not only featuring on shows all over town but also producing a bunch of amazing and unique comedy shows across the city. She’s the host of Battle of Wits at the Diving Bell Social Club up on St-Laurent and has just launched a brand new night of comedy at the new Montreal Improv location on Notre-Dame Ouest in Saint Henri.

“Stand Up Saint-Henri” is going to be happening every Tuesday from May 10th onwards and will feature a special focus on queer and non-binary performers (while also playing host to “acceptable bros” like our very own Chris Venditto on May 10th) and will be hosted of course by Elspeth herself.

But I guess more important than all of that is the fact that Elspeth Wright once taught telepathy to children in Hong Kong. Seriously.

We get into the shows, telepathy, Elon Musk and so much more in this episode so sit back and enjoy the show!

Credit Where Credit is Due

Chris Venditto is another funny person in Montreal who you can see all over the place and if you don’t want to miss him take the stage you should follow him on all the socials. He’s @chrisvenditto on Twitter and Instagram so you should follow him on those two things. He also produces shows with the guys at Perfect Bite Productions who you should also follow on Instagram and on Facebook.

Keith does all sorts of things here on, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and sometimes blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.