Witty and inventive, with a sharp eye for satire and poetic lyrics to match, Isobel Rogers unmasks our shadier selves as we all navigate, or fail to navigate, relationships and our own lives in an increasingly jittery and superficial world, whilst keeping it all warm-hearted and wryly hilarious.
Isobel Rogers started writing songs as a resident artist and musician at The Roundhouse in Camden and combined her experience as an actress, singer and musician to make her theatre/comedy show Elsa. The show had sell out runs at Vault Festival, Pleasance, Soho Theatre, Brighon Komedia and Brasserie Zedel. She has worked with Rina Sawayama as the script writer for her STFU music video, supported singer Camille O'Sullivan and The Tiger Lilies and appeared on Radio Three's The Verb.
Press & Reviews
Praise for previous work
"One of the most incredible young artists we've worked with.
Her ability to turn her musical ears and hands to a blissful mix of satire and performance is truly unique” The Roundhouse
"Highly original..Rogers is a special talent" ***** LondonTheatre1
"A captivating ream of songlyrics and storytelling.'' ***** Hiive
“Rogers is a guitar strumming poet/polemicist/rapper/singer. Her ultra-witty, pin sharp pithy songs about dating dieting and Instagram tyranny are brilliant right down to their every syllable and chord... Get in quick, get in now, before she has lift off.” Edfestmag *****