Connie Wookey: Denied Under Section 221(G) of the Immigration and Nationality Act
  • London Fringe

In February this year my cousin died in a plane crash. I flew to the funeral. My plane stopped working mid-flight. Good....

This is a true story.

Award-winning actor, Connie Wookey, brings you her refreshingly direct (Theatre Box) comedy.

A compelling autobiographical tale of her life as an actor in the US, of her problems with immigration regulations, and of a malfunctioning plane. Part storytelling, part cheeky covering of hit songs, part stand-up, Wookey manages to make light of pretty tragic situations in creative and hilarious ways. - (A Younger Theatre).

What do audiences think?

I was literally falling off my seat from laughter

StageDoor App - Tiwalade Ibirogba--Olulode

Uplifting and moving

StageDoor App - Kaie Vaiksaar

This is Bridget Jones honesty with a (much!) better singing voice

StageDoor App - Sam Jones

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