March 8, 2018

I can't wait for my first gig ever in Wales. On Thursday's night I'll be at Tino's in Swansea, closing the night with one of my favourite acts and people on earth - Ron Hughes - opening. The lovely Steffan Alun MCing. 

Back to London on Friday only to grab some fresh kn...

April 28, 2017

Excited to have booked a show of CHICKEN SOUP CRUSADER for Thursday 22 June at the Museum of Comedy. That room always feels like home and I've always had great shows there, Click here for tickets! The photo is from a previous show at  the MOC, taken by the lovely Kate...

February 11, 2017

Like many foreigners who think themselves Britain-savvy and still are always surprised by it, I had no idea what to expect of Leicester when I first went there for its annual comedy festival in February 2014.

The first face I saw as I got off the train was comedian Tony...

February 1, 2017

“If your next of kin climbed the one hundred stairs to mu office in east Jerusalem, it would mean things were not great, all was not hunky dory. Like tombstone makers, dental surgeons, proctologists, taxidermists – we were not people you would CHOOSE to see.”  My set “...

December 10, 2016

Daphna: It is time to do the washing, once the first round is in the machine the creativity glends would start working.

MissD: The best start is to not get out of bed before noon. The morning hours kill creativity.

Daphna: Try find a writing partner. Convince him or her...

December 10, 2016

The weather was very kind this weekend for Killing MissD at the Brighton Fringe. The Blue Man is a gorgeous venue ran by the adorable Jess Woodfall, with a friendly team, fantastic morrocan snacks and a nice combo of booze and tea options. The room downstairs is pleasa...

Daphna Baram, AKA MissD, is an Israel-born human rights lawyer come journalist. She’s been gigging relentlessly in the UK and Ireland and has taken shows to Brighton, Edinburgh and Leicester Fringe festivals.. Martin Walker exchanges emails about her new Edinburgh Frin...

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