Scales
  • Camden Fringe

Abi Carter-Simpson: Scales (Work In Progress) A rebirth of sorts, Abi is back with her second WIP and is leaving nothing to the imagination. After a year of break ups, job loss and reading self-help books to boot, this show is all about baring all - nothing is off limits. From finally feeling somewhat secure in life after COVID hit, to finding herself sleeping on a mattress in a home office and hitting 30 years of age all at the same time; the last 12 months have been nothing short of life changing.Don't forget that this is the first time Abi's been single for a decade - so self-discovery has been quite the journey! Unadulterated truth about the world around her combined with the anxieties of life that have kept her slightly unhinged; throw in a musical interlude or five to keep the story going - you're in for a hilarious, musical, heart-warming night! As seen on BBC, ITV and SKY 1, Abi has supported the likes of Stephen K Amos, Simon Brodkin and Jeff Innocent but to name a few. With Abigails incredible comedy and voice, she is certainly one to watch out for in the future. West End WilmaGet your tickets and a bev " and lets get personal!

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