Fresh, electric, work in progress character comedy, stories and dreams from two critically acclaimed comics.
Vaults award winning comic and one of life's fighters Kat Bond brings a fantastic new work in progress to Vaults. After a sell-out run in 2017 with Loo Roll and the Stage Award for acting in Breach Theatres ‘It’s True, It’s True, It’s True’, Kat returns with a more personal tale about her many emotions told with the help of Kate Bush, a support animal and a parachute. ' Offbeat brilliance' **** The Times. As seen and heard on BBC1's Call the Midwife, Feed My Funny, Ch4 Blaps, Sky Arts and Radio 4 Sketchorama.
Following her recent 5-star smash hit character comedy shows, Alison Thea-Skot whips up some more ‘sexy, silly nonsense’ (Scotsman). One of the Observer's Female Millennials Changing Comedy. As seen on Comedy Central. As heard on BBC Radio 4. 'This show is a fabulous, joyful riot ... . I found myself moved to whoop along with the rest of the crowd.’ ***** One4Review. ‘Devious and gleefully naughty characters ... fantastically funny show.’ **** Skinny. ‘We could all be her bitches’ **** Scotsman
Kathryn Bond is an actress, writer and comic who trained with Phillipe Gauiller. Kat has just finished a critically acclaimed run of Breach Theatre's 'It’s True, It’s True, Its True' that won a Scotsman Fringe First in Edinburgh and won her and her fellow actresses The Stage Award for Acting.
Theatre credits include: Madhouse Re: Exit with Access All Areas (The Lowry), Aloe Aloe (Bush Theatre & Arts Theatre), Never Like Her Anyway (Soho Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (The Junction), StillFools (The Arcola).TV credits include: Call the Midwife (BBC), UrbanMyths (Sky Arts) and Dr Brown Show (Channel 4).
Kathryn won the Vault Festival Comedy Award for her solo character comedy show 'Loo Roll' that she performed to sell-out crowds at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017. She also performed as one half of critically acclaimed duo 'That Pair' as heard on Radio 4 Sketchorama and Expenses Only. Kathryn is also a trained improviser with the Free Association and part of critically acclaimed improv troupe The Committee.
Alison Thea-Skot is a critically acclaimed actor, comedian and improviser. Her character comedy shows ‘Thea-Skot Through the Heart and You’re to Blame’ and ‘It’s Thea-Skot in Here (So Take Off All Your Clothes)’ were 5-star smash hits at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and transferred to the Soho Theatre in London.
She recently worked with Bad Robot & Paramount Pictures in JJ Abrams feature Overlord. And has been selected as one of the Observer’s Female Millennials Changing Comedy, Telegraph's Best of the Fringe, London Is Funny's Top Edinburgh Shows to See, Funny Women’s Ones to Watch and can be seen on Comedy Central and BBC3.
Alongside her solo work, she is a member of 5-star improv super group The Free Association. She has led character comedy and long form improvisation workshops in the UK and Europe for, among others; Soho Theatre, YouTube, The Free Association and Funny Women.
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Praise for previous work
The Times **** 'Offbeat brilliance'
One4Review ***** 'This show is a fabulous, joyful riot.’
FunnyWomen ***** 'Everything an Edinburgh Fringe show should be; brave, silly, a little bit unhinged and very, very funny.’
Skinny **** ‘Devious and gleefully naughty characters ... Fantastically funny show.’
BBC Comedy 'An absolute tour-de-force'
Guardian ‘Some of the sharpest new writing on the scene’