#EdFringe17: Super Cally Fragile Lipstick

Enjoy 15 minutes of stand up and chat with Cally Beaton. Accomplished and insecure; perky yet prone to crying; open and yet guarded; sophisticated and so not. Cally explains how being Super and Fragile can be OK.

PODCAST: Cally Beaton

‘Super Cally Fragile Lipstick’ is appearing as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/super-cally-fragile-lipstick

Twitter: @callybeaton

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cally.beaton

Website: http://callybeaton.com/

Comedy performance provided by the artist for promotional purposes. May contain material that some find offensive. © 2017 On the Mic. Produced in association with Broadway Baby, Fringepig and Voice Republic.

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