Why See My Favorite Murder?
Elvis, want a cookie
Get ready Murderinos! Karen and Georgia are bring their incredibly popular podcast back to the road with a series of bumper live shows this year. Don't miss the girls (and Stephen?!) as they tackle more fascinating stories from the world of true crime, with their trademark witty commentary, charm and a smorgasbord of special guests. Stay sexy. Don't get murdered.
Created back in January 2016, My Favorite Murder is the brainchild of comedians Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark as a place medium to discuss their passion for all things murder. In the last year, the podcast has grown in popularity, rising to the top of the iTunes comedy charts, with countless true crime fans coming out of the woodwork to declare their allegiance sharing crafts, spreading the love and of course, a few hometown murder tales of their own!
What should I expect?
MFM is not for the faint of heart or fact seekers, but it is a hilarious and respectful forum for sharing true crime stories. Subjects on the podcast to date have included Kitty Genovese, The Black Dahlia, Albert Fish and more.
Performance date: 10 November 2018
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