Debuting at Greater Manchester Fringe in 2022, to a 4 star review from North West End UK, 'Do you remember the first rhyme?' was part of the Edinburgh Fringe from the 11th to 13th of August 2023
'Stunningly good. Imaginative, heartfelt, raw and polished, funny and sobering, very real and very memorable'. Dominc Berry
My debut Fringe theatre appearance was in 2019 with my one woman show 'Fly'.
And in 2022 returned to Fringe theatre, with a brand new poetry and storytelling show 'Do you remember the first rhyme?', performing at Greater Manchester Fringe, Camden Fringe, C-Arts Clitheroe and Altrincham Arts Festival, and Punk in Drublic , which was shortlisted for a Saboteur Award before heading to my bucket list performance destination of Edinburgh Fringe in 2023.
Where next? ... STAY TUNED
An interview with Making Creativity Pay ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe.
The alternative late-night Fringe experience returns. A unique blend of comedy, circus, burlesque, bands, live art and speciality acts from across the Fringe. With a different line-up every night this is a chance to see some of the Fringe festival’s most exciting new artists.
The book-themed comedy hit is back! If you’ve ever paused after reading something to take a moment and collect yourself, read naked, or thought 'the book was way better' but didn’t want to be the kind of person who says 'the book was way better', this show is for you.
Worst poet wins! We don't mean bad: we mean hilariously terrible, laugh-out-loud embarrassing, entertainingly cringe-worthy poetry so awful that it transcends quality -becoming genius. Featuring top names from across the Fringe and hosted by Varjack & Simpson. "a delightful sham" (Sabotage)