Ep 3: 'From Mormon Utah To Atheist Prague' with Phil Varney
Phil Micallef, Englishman in Prague, speaks to another Phil, Prague-based American comedian Phil Varney. Phil (Phil Varney that is) was raised as a Mormon in Utah in a very Mormon-heavy community. However, he has since left the Mormon church and for the past year and a half or so has found a brand new lease of life in Prague, a city in which, it's fair to say, the Mormon influence isn't quite as strong as where he grew up (Joseph Smith famously couldn't stand Pilsner-style beer...probably). He discussed what it was like to leave the Mormon religion he grew up in and why he did so, as well as plenty of other interesting topics, such as how Americans are perceived these days by Europeans, how to spot American tourists in Prague, how a drunken group of British lads in Prague inadvertently helped him fulfil a lifelong goal (or fantasy - you decide) and, most importantly, who his top 3 Phils of all time are.Follow Comedy Prague and Velvet Comedy on Facebook and Instagram for more details about English language comedy shows in Prague, featuring both of the Phils on this episode, as well as a whole host of other wonderful comedic talent.Follow Sweet Home Wherever on our Facebook page and on Instagram and Twitter @sweethomepodcastEmail us: email@example.comBig thanks to Benny Curtis for help with coming up with ideas and for the fetching logo design. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.