Hatty Ashdown: Dig Deep (Work-in-Progress)
  • Camden Fringe

"Wonderfully inventive, consistently funny- Time out."Innate funny bones" Chortle"Anecdotal humour that never feels stilted or scripted... " Three WeeksJoin Hatty (co-writer of Comedy Central's Give out Girls, host of Soho Radio's Funny Mummies, and founder of comedy club for parents Screaming with Laughter) for an hour of comedy as she digs into the joys of how we survive the tedious and the tough.Hatty is fascinated with how people cope, from the big stuff (like grief) right down to the small stuff (like emptying the dishwasher again). In this work in progress show Hatty wants to explore and share with you her outlook on class, money, grief, mothering without a mother, and whether her mum held the key to a happy and worry free life all along.Hatty Ashdowns brain is made up of funny molecules. She makes me laugh. And laugh. And then laugh Robert Popper ( Channel 4s Friday Night Dinner).

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