Clown Nipples and Nice Try (Two Solo Shows - Works in Progress)
  • Brighton Fringe

Tl;dr: Two female comedians debut their 30 minute solo shows on one bill. Pay what you want. Laugh as much as you want. Grab a ticket!The rest:Comedians Rabiah Coon and Stephanie Lorence are from opposite coasts of the US and now reside in Camden and Cambridge respectively. Stephanie is the mother of two young girls and Rabiah has two houseplants. The women kept them all alive during the pandemic. They are both making their Brighton Fringe debuts on a double bill featuring each of their solo shows.Stephanie Lorence, a New Yorker, a mother and a private tutor in Cambridge stopped homeschooling her daughters after only teaching them curse words and the catchphrase Mom, I need a bagel in a New York accent. Too cheap to pay for therapy, she's bringing her woes to the stage in 'Clown Nipples', which her five-year old says she has. Rabiah Coon is an accident-prone project manager who moved to London in 2020 and spent a year alone in her flat writing about her shortcomings, overcomings and misbecomings. In 'Nice Try' she shares her [possibly unreliable] narrative on close encounters with death, living with a chronic illness and a surname that even offends her!Reverential to their irreverence the comics' work in progress solo shows are to be laughed at (not missed)! Profits donated to the UK charities Refuge (domestic violence) and the UK MS Society.

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