I would highly recommend this podcast to anybody who enjoys a good belly laugh, has an appetite for social change, a thirst for knowledge and a desire to be a part of the conversation (and movement) around gender (in)equality.
Hart’s rapport with the audience, and his ability to incorporate them into his show, made it all the more enjoyable. Sceptics made have difficulty embracing Belief?, however those with the ability to suspend ‘belief’ at the door, will be thoroughly entertained.
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I enjoyed Yummy so much that while I was watching the final group performance I got so caught up in it I actually almost started dancing in my chair.
Trumpageddon is certainly worth a look just for Simon Jay’s impersonation alone.
Rude, crude, boozy, offensive, filthy, feminist, hilarious and downright delightful!
While I would recommend this show to any fan of drag (and Ru’s Drag Race) Courtney’s show Under the Covers has plenty to offer for both her familiar and unfamiliar audiences.
Eleanor’s Story is a moving, finely-crafted piece of theatre that sensitively depicts the horrors of war through the eyes of a teenage girl.
Absurd, ridiculous, funny, surprising and skilfully performed, Trygve Wakenshaw & Barnie Duncan: Different Party is a little bit weird, but a little bit wonderful.
A show that is genuinely for all ages, Kaput is cleverly put together, side-splittingly funny and a wonderfully good time.