Sara Pascoe is a talented English writer, comedian and actress who has appeared on several panel TV shows.
However, there’s more to her than meets the eye – here is what we know about her…
Who is Sara Pascoe?
Sara Pascoe is a writer, stand-up comedian and actress.
She was born on 22 May 1981 in Dagenham in East London.
Sara started performing stand-up comedy in 2007.
In August 2010, she performed her first show at the Edinburgh Festival and she appeared on Live at the Apollo in 2012.
She’s since gone on to appear on several TV shows.
She’s also written a book, Animal: The Autobiography of a Female Body.
When did Sara Pascoe split from John Robins?
Sara dated fellow comedian John Robins from 2013 to 2016.
The pair broke up on Christmas Day in 2016.
They both went on to perform stand-up shows about the breakdown of their relationship.
Sara reflected on the relationship during her 2017 show LadsLadsLads at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
While John’s show The Darkness of Robins also focused on their split.
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What TV shows has Sara Pascoe appeared on?
Sara has appeared on many UK panel shows.
She appeared on QI in 2013 and won the episode with 28 points.
She’s also appeared on Stand Up for the Week, The Thick of It, Have I Got News For You, Mock the Week, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, Campus, Being Humann and Twenty Twelve.
She’s also discussed political issues on Frankie Boyle’s Autopsy BBC programmes between 2014 and 2016.
When is Travelling Blind on TV?
Travelling Blind is on TONIGHT ( March 7, 2019.)
You can catch the show on BBC2 at 8pm in an hour-long episode.
But don’t fret if you miss it, the one-off documentary will be available to watch on iPlayer after broadcast.
What is Travelling Blind about?
The documentary follows blind adventurer and director Amar Latif and comedienne Sara Pascoe as they discover Turkey.
Sara acts as Amar’s ‘eyes’ on the excursion – describing the scenery – as they both experience all that the country has to offer.
And Amar’s heightened senses help Sara appreciate things that are going on around her that she may not have otherwise noticed.
Like when he encourages the funnywoman to really listen to the sound of millions of bees at a beehive or take in the atmospheric scents of Isanbul’s Grand Bazaar.
The documentary makes for a stimulating and multisensory exploration of Turkey and may even leave you wanting to put down your camera and really experience your surroundings on your next trip.