Previously known for her well received part as a
The humour is universal
Delivered with the wit of a well seasoned raconteur she immediately gets the audience onside with stories of her relationship break up, dating and career. I so wanted this to be autobiographical as it was hilarious at times, reflective in parts and all delivered with great timing and honesty. There are props to illustrate the stories along the way and of course live music with her own songs. Many can relate to the life experiences described and in songs like The Smell Of Your Feet and Sporting Widow can be entertaining too with the sentiments. Who is the Dancing With Jack figure? Well I am reluctant to spoil the plot or the scenarios within except to say we all have a ‘Jack’ in our lives and those of a certain age will feel synergy here. Meanwhile the humour is universal and I can see this develop further. Her Victoria Wood style delivery would certainly lend itself to an extended show with more music or video inserts and even a sitcom could result with the theme explored deeper.
However this show develops it is certainly worth getting along to see and such is the prolific nature of the artist she will take this further and I do expect more to come.