She Wouldn't Dance with Another
  • Edinburgh Fringe

In 1964, 12-year-old Marilyn declared shed die if she didn't see The Beatles play in Melbourne. She won tickets in a radio contest, screamed at John, Paul, George and Ringo with hundreds of other teenage girls, and spent the rest of her life in love with the Fab Four. Fifty years on, her daughter Emily tells stories of fandom, family and loss, with the help of a few Beatles songs. Andersens poetry has that magic ability to err between pithy one-liners and something more honest and bleak **** (