She’s played in the West End, sparkled in La Clique and starred as Titania in Shakespeare’s Globe – but now, she’s “in a tent in Brighton, in the middle of a roundabout.”Huge fake eyelashes fluttering with confusion, Meow Meow adjusts her corsage, steadies her chaotic backcombed bob and vows to make the best of it...
“Politics doesn’t have
to be dull. Throw some glitter on it, people,’’ says Fez Fa’anana, the
host/hostess of Briefs. There aren’t
a whole heap of words in this shiny, funny, high-energy boylesque Aussie
spectacular, but those ones made me think...
There have been a lot of Simon Munneries over the years.We’ve had Simon Munnery the absurdist bureaucrat with a clipboard,
Simon Munnery with a bucket on his head, Simon Munnery as a comic dictator
standing on top of a bus and shouting...
the end of her show Margaret Cho pulls onstage a pianist and a guitar player
and sings: “I wanna kill my rapist.”Her
voice is sweet and strong, her face child-like and you know this is true and
this is raw...
title could be more succinct? Cars and
Girls is the story of a young man’s freewheeling adventures in life –
looking for excitement, for love and for meaning.Alexis
Dubus tells his autobiographical story in rhyme – taking us from the sleepy
English village where he grew up, to London, to travels in South America and
normally hate audience participation,” says the man sitting next to me. Twenty
minutes later he is on his feet shaking his bum furiously in a spontaneous outburst
of competitive sexy disco dancing...
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