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The Edinburgh Festival Fringe sell out hit about clinical depressions and men.
Six months into their relationship, Bryony found out that Tim suffered from severe clinical depression. This was a secret Tim had kept for a very long time. Fake it ‘til you Make it is Edinburgh Fringe First-winner Bryony Kimmings’ new work about clinical depression and men, made in collaboration with her partner Tim, who works in advertising.
A wickedly warming, brutally honest and powerfully heartbreaking show about the wonders of the human brain, being in love and what it takes to be a “real man”.
Winner of Best Theatre Award, Fringe World Festival, Perth
Winner of Weekly Fringe Award for Theatre at Adelaide Fringe
‘Kimmings knows exactly what she’s doing, and she does it brilliantly.’
‘This is a life-and-death love story, done with a lot of imagination and self-deprecating charm.’
‘Kimmings is as vivacious and immediate as ever.’
‘Artfully crafted, tightrope-walkingly fragile and really rather beautiful.’
‘A warm and illuminating portrait of lives marked by the darkness of mental illness… it could even save lives.’
‘A hilarious, tear-jerking show about mental health.’