Farah Sharp & Sharon Wanjohi: Can (And Will) Complain (Work-in-Progress)
  • Brighton Fringe

Two comedians attempt to navigate the hell that is "existing" by performing an hour of fabulous stand-up. Farah Sharp, a chaotic cat mum with a concerning coffee habit, and Sharon Wanjohi, an energetic hot mess who collects notebooks she'll never use, bring you a slick work-in-progress show where they dismantle stereotypes, smash the patriarchy and become beacons of mental wellness. Or they may just talk about their exes, they haven't decided yet. Farah Sharp has been featured on BBC Radio 4 and performs regularly across the UK, including stages at The Royal Albert Hall, Latitude Festival and Leeds Festival in 2022. Sharon Wanjohi is a Chortle Student Comedy Award Finalist and Funny Women Stage Award Finalist, with four years on the circuit, with a varied act ranging from shock to absurd comedy.Join them for a hilarious sixty minutes where they realise they can, and very much will, complain.

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