A whole load of theatrical delights for 2018.
Imagine visiting your favourite friend / aunty / spinster / woman of independent means.
She’s a touch eccentric and always “alright”. Until last year, when it wasn’t alright and it all went a bit wrong. With lessons learned, a bit of self-discovery and some painful yet funny situations, this is a story about life and, ultimately, death. But in a positive, uplifting sort of way.
‘Proving you can make a stand-up show about literally anything if the performer is skilled enough.’Scotsman
This is the real story of Lou’s experiences with baby loss. Not the obvious remit for comedy granted, but it was her intention to try to lift the taboo. Following a critically acclaimed season at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017, comedian Lou Conran is proud to present her ground-breaking show.
'That she can spin between the happy and sad so quickly is testament to her abilities as an innately strong storyteller…she has the room rapt.'
'Conran mentions wanting to challenge taboos around the loss of a child. This show doesn’t so much as break those taboos, as smash them into pieces.'