Warhol: Bullet Karma    by Garry Roost Directed by Kenneth Hadley
  • The Greater Manchester Fringe

A darkly witty take on the American pop art icon Andy Warhol and the woman who shot him, Valerie Solanas. "Andy Warhol's ego would have loved this one man show all about him!" (Sara Darling, Brighton Fringe, 2021). "Warhol: Bullet Karma is a masterclass in bold simplicity and is worth any theatre goers time." (Voicemag UK - Edfringe 2021) "At times Garry Roost's play Bullet Karma feels as if it ehoes one of Warhol's own cinematic works." (MyTheatreMates - Edfringe 2021 ) "Warhol's soul stripped bare in front of you." Hifiway Adelaide 2019 "His Solanas is bitter and spiteful, his Francis Bacon pompous and hilarious..the vulnerable Edie Sedgwick one of the highlights of this one man cast!" (Collage Adelaide 2019) 'Astonishing written and performative skill!' (Syke On Stage, Tasmania 2019 ) "A tour de force!"( Brian Ritchie, Bassist Violent Femmes - MONA Tasmania 2019)

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