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In 2003 Kieran Hodgson heard the music of Gustav Mahler and decided to write a symphony.
18 years later he returns to the Soho Theatre with a story about falling in love and attempting something far beyond your abilities. Plus a violin.
‘Hodgson’s ample narrative, comic and performing skills combine in perfect harmony.’★★★★ Guardian
In his most personal and ambitious show to date, Kieran creates a story about trying to find love when you’re the kind of loser who writes classical music instead of playing football.
‘This funny heartwarming show send you out humming with happiness.’
‘This show is no less than a comedy symphony: sophisticated and wide in scope, with its movements, recurring themes, emotional highs and lows and uplifting climax.’
‘As both a writer and performer Hodgson has a remarkable eye for comic minutiae… A week or so in to the Fringe, Hodgson-an undoubted star-in-the-making-is looking like the fellow to beat.’