Rebekka Turner: Bex's Chainsaw Moussaka
  • Brighton Fringe

Therell be no storytelling, no deep meaning about relationships, no moral messages near the end... but there might just be quick-fire jokes, dark wordplay, oddball characters, off-the-wall impressions and - if youre lucky - some meaty layers between those aubergines. 2018 Pebble Trust Award-winner Bex is back in force with her high energy work in progress stand-up comedy show full of lots of weird stuff you werent expecting: guaranteed! Come with her on an unexpected whimsical journey as she tries to embrace her neurodiverse side. Her show explores how it affected her growing up, how it affects her now and whether she needs to change. "Charming and hilarious love child of Tommy Cooper, Eddie Izzard and Victoria Wood" (Sajeela Kershi - comedian and host of 'Comedy Cottage' and 'The Immigrant Diaries')Darkly nonsensical (Will Noble, The Londonist 2021)

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