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London Fringe - Comedy
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You self sabotage. You're always on your phone. You procrastinate. Your bathroom has mould on the shower. You don't exercise regularly. You don't eat your recommended five a day. But it's not too late - it's never too late!
One woman show about the day Katie stopped being a girl and became a woman. Aged sixteen, still in school and hopelessly in love, Katie is going to have to face demons, witches and an ogre if she's to win Dan's heart.
Oil on the factor thirty as we engage the thrust and prepare to go down under! From the team that brought you the outrageous Gran Canaria-set hit Alright Bitches! and nautical caper Bitches Ahoy!
Borderline was devised and performed by a cast of European and refugee performers and directed by Sophie NL Besse. Beyond the show it's an important human adventure that was shortlisted for the Community Integration Awards.
Betty is rich; Betty is lonely; Betty's busy working on her truck; Betty wants to talk about love, but Betty needs to hit something. Meanwhile, Betty decides to stage a production of that play-within-a-play from … what's it called again?
A bitter sweet journey into LGBT liberation from 1957 to current day events through the thrilling biography of David Hoyle.
Oh look, 2016 Fringe First winners Sh!t Theatre again. What is it this time? Oh, is it unemployment? Is there a crisis? Did the government do something wrong again? No, it's a show about Dolly Parton. We f*cking love her.
The only ever winner of both the Best Show and Best Newcomer prize at the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Awards presents his latest stand-up show: an hour of 'richly idiosyncratic comedy'.
Looking down the barrel of her final fertile years, one modern woman goes on a comical quest to uncover the ifs, hows and crucially the whys of reproducing her genes.
Half-hearted waitress Elsa works in a cafe, eavesdropping on overly-earnest coffee chats, regretful memories of the night before, and exhausting tales of the rat race as she struggles to make sense of a world that doesn't feel like her own.
A man is left for dead in the desert. But if you kill someone, you better make sure they're dead - first rule of a murder, isn't it?
A show about learning how you can thrive as a "not normal" because Hannah's year of gentle exile did not just see her harvest silly projects like making homemade jam and adopting a "blue clothes only" policy.
Veta Louise Simmons lives with her brother, Elwood, in the house bequeathed to him by their late mother. Veta and her daughter Myrtle Mae are aspirational social climbers but Elwood presents as a bit of a problem to this.
An autobiographical account of one woman's journey through the world of contemporary wellness. A blistering piece of theatre about restriction, control and too much turmeric.
A comedy about the deceptions and meaningless pursuits of England's ruling class and an entertaining political commentary about what happens when socialites, tycoons and drifters collide in the pre-World War I British countryside.
Bea, an older woman, comes out late in life. She nabs herself a young lover, Ellie, who has aspirations of starting a family and putting them both on a path to domestic bliss. Then Bea meets Jemima, who catches her eye and steels her away from Ellie.
There comes a point when giving up on your dreams may not be the worst thing in the world. It pits the consequences of pursuing your dreams against the dignity of just giving up. It explores desperation, rejection, and misplaced entitlement.
In 1978 a young playwright, in a flat-share off the North End Road, is wrestling with a play for the Royal Court. The phone rings. The man on the other end is called Ken and he's about to teach our hero the pleasures and perils of serendipity.
In a post-Article 50 alt-reality Britain is going to the dogs. Government has outsourced democracy to a tv voting show, pizza has been banned for its foreign origins and a visa to France now costs 30 Euros (£300).
J is optimistic, bubbly, and excited for life. She's ready to settle down and begin the family that she's always dreamed of, and she's found the perfect person to do that with: K. Except that K is cynical, independent, and uncertain about her future.
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