‘one of the most brilliantly funny night’s of this year’s Fringe… potentially the best newcomer we’ve seen in recent times‘
Don’t be shy, fill full your cups with this debut hour all about pleasure, performed by a gushing bon vivant to an audience of conventionally attractive comedy-goers.
Featuring almost exclusively sleepover-style gossip, dressed up in a way that feels more important than that (but isn’t).
Originally directed by Adam Brace.
Subsequently directed by Molly Stacey and Daniel Emery.
Dedicated to Adam Brace.
“Foppish, erudite, intellectually self-assured and effervescing like a freshly poured champagne”
“the best stand-up debut I’ve seen at this year’s Fringe”
“What true ecstasy looks like”
“He could walk out the theatre…and the entire room would follow him, miss their next show and still be laughing"