An Audience With Stuart Bagcliffe
  • Brighton Fringe

Laugh out loud, Slick and powerful writing that keeps the audience mesmerised throughout (London Pub Theatres)This comedic one-man show introduces Stuart Bagcliffe, who is about to perform his biographical play to an audience for the first time. Ill-prepared and lacking experience, Stuart is naturally a bundle of nerves. Join him as he attempts to make it through the play in one piece, contending with his overbearing mother watching from the wings, a sound technician who's half asleep, as well as his own demons and insecurities. What could possibly go wrong?Please note, 7pm performances are 18+ only.

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