Have you ever felt like an outsider? Borderline, Amelia Stubberfield’s debut solo show, is a comic tale of living life on the edge and trying not to fall off. Navigating mental health, queer identities and feeling “different” with a deft comic touch. Storytelling weaves between stand- up comedy and theatre to bring you an innovative show that begs the question, what is “normal” anyway?
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Amelia Stubberfield is a comedian, theatre maker, actor and writer. After training at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, they have since gone on to work on the comedy circuit, TV and stage.
Recent work includes; Performer/ Deviser in Bullish by Milk Presents, directed by Lucy J Skilbeck, the show headlined the Come As You Are festival at Camden People’s Theatre in September 2017. Barrel Organ’s Live Scratch Night (Camden People’s Theatre) Celebration Florida with Greg Wohead (The Yard), and various projects with Nigel and Louise (Shunt.)
Amelia directed comedian Lorna Shaw’s solo show Ava Rage at Ed Fringe 2017 and regularly performs on the comedy and cabaret circuit. Visit ameliastubberfield.com for more info.