Henrietta Steventon: The Immoral High Ground
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Henrietta returns from self-imposed exile in America having written, directed and starred in the New York premiere of her original farce Ennui: An English Comedy with a French Title for an American Audience, praised for its clever dialogue and sharp humour (BroadwayWorld.com). They say only God can judge, but Henrietta successfully judges people all over the world in her brand new show addressing the burning issues: Are midgets charged for extra legroom when flying economy? What kind of sandwich is an LGBT? and the age-old question, arent dogs just boyfriends for ugly girls?

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