Th' Wildcat of Sheffield: Unshielded
  • Camden Fringe

She's outrageous, she's unshielded and she's back on the prowl. Join Th' Wildcat of Sheffield as she attempts to save the arts for all O.A.P entertainers across the land. She was safely shielding in her Granny-flat when a call came from Sonia Friedman, enlisting her to star in this brand new, one off, cabaret. Through her songs and sketches, she will tackle topics such as Motherhood, Sex, Ageing, Lockdown, Keeping Fit, Fame & (most importantly) a call to arms to get Boris a hairbrush. Nothing is off limits. All done with her signature wit that could cut glass (London Pub Theatres,2019) and cup of Yorkshire Tea in hand. In her own words: Dont miss it loves, I could be dead come Christmas. PRAISE FOR TH WILDCAT: Raucously funny utterly captivating full of life and light and fun if you get the chance to see it, don't miss it" ( )-London Pub Theatres. Move over Dame Judi, theres a new national treasure in town. Written and Performed by Joshua Welch. Directed by Kelly Hunter

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