Here goes . . .

Young writer Heather Rayment presents her newest work, Here Goes, a comedy about two excessively quirky “best friend forever” flatmates, for Why Wait Theatre’s second visit to the Fringe.

This play doesn’t really have a particular plot or story to tell. The audience simply acts as witness to what is presumably normal behaviour in the everyday life of Martha and Carol. This of course includes strange habits, bizarre forms of entertainment and plenty of alcohol.

Despite the lack of story, the script is full of hilarious one-liners. The humour in the writing is complimented perfectly by the fantastic chemistry and comedic timing of Heather Rayment and Bethan Cecil. They are so committed to these characters in fact, that it is difficult to imagine that they behave any differently off-stage. Nothing about Here Goes is going to change the world, but sometimes, a good laugh is more than enough.

Reviews by Fritzie Andrade

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Meet Martha and Carol, 100% dependant on each other, yet completely at odds, their volatile relationship will make you cry with laughter. Come and join them for a drink, a fight and a round of ‘Just a minute’

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