Quickfire Interview with Camp NYE’s Jayde Adams + WIN a Pair of Tickets!
Eagle London | 31 December | From 9pm | £25
Scottee and his gang of weirdos are back for another crazy New Years Eve – featuring Jayde Adams, Fancy Chance, Ginger Johnson, Thom Shaw, Scottee himself, Japans People and Le Gateau Chocolat!
Performer, comedian and notable Bristolian, Jayde Adams is a certified funny person who you might recognise from the telly, cabaret circuit or your local Asda.
Ahead of her performance at Camp NYE where she’ll be performing a tribute to Victoria Wood, we asked Jayde what she thought of London, Acorn Antiques and Adele…
PLUS Don’t miss your chance to win a pair of tickets for the big night! Head on down to the bottom of the page – why not read the interview on the way 🙂
Comedian or comedienne?
I don’t think it matters. Call me whatever you want. I’ll still be funny.
Dinner Ladies or Acorn Antiques?
Dinner Ladies. I was one. When I was at school I preferred hanging out with middle-aged women in tabards rather than kids my own age.
Bristol or London?
Bristol now. London in the 60’s. Not that I ever experienced it but I like the sound of the mods and all that stuff – shame it’s become mostly about money and media-based jobs. Although E. Pellicci’s on Bethnal Green Road has been exactly the same since 1900’s. I like that.
Telly or Stage?
Stage. The buzz from the audience is addictive. When I have my first sitcom commissioned, I’ll probably change my mind because I’m allowed to change my mind.
Adele at 21 or Adele at 25?
Jayde Adams: 31 (my show currently at Soho Theatre)
ASDA or Lidl?
Asda. My Mum is still there and I don’t hold it against them for sacking me when I ate a prawn wonton from the deli counter.
Resolution or revolution?
Well, I don’t know, because revolution sounds more fun but I don’t think there is anyone alive I would trust with organising that. People nowadays (probably because of social media) struggle with understanding that there are two sides to every argument. So I’ll have to go with resolution.