Nai Bowen is Brave!
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Is Nai brave, or is she a big scaredy-pants? One half of Fringe favourites Titty Bar Ha Ha, Nai is going it alone for the first time. If she's finished the show, which she might not have done because she's a big scaredy-pants. Apart from that time with the tarantula. Or the time with the crocodile. Other than those times, she's a big scaredy-pants. With songs, anecdotes, honesty and wit, Nai will explore whether she's her own hero, a coward, or a fairly average human who's putting too much pressure on herself to be extraordinary.

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