In this historical feminist coming-of-age musical comedy show, Harriet brings forth a team of rebellious women from the history of science to help her wage battle against ignorance, patriarchy and her inner demons. She also looks back over her career as a performer, from school plays to now, presenting her achievements alongside those of renowned inventors, healers and technological pioneers.
Bold move, idiot.
**** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine "A highly enjoyable hour" The Scotsman
Harriet Braine is a musical comedian with a penchant for history, art, hits of the 1990’s, and impersonating brass instruments. She has performed at Rich Mix, The Victoria & Albert Museum, and Union Chapel, and performs regularly at Top Secret Comedy Club and Angel Comedy. She also writes the DesignSpark Podcast with Bec Hill and Dr Lucy Rogers, does the jingles for Sofie Hagen’s podcasts, and performs as part of a cabaret trio with Irish drag superstar Xnthony. Awards 2016 - Musical Comedy Awards, Best Newcomer Funny Women, Stage Award Winner So You Think You’re Funny?, Finalist 2017 - Buxton Fringe, Individual Comedy Award Winner Amused Moose Comedy Award, Finalist 2018 - Leicester Comedy Festival, Best Musical Comedy Show, Nominated Work 2017 - Total Eclipse of the Art (solo show, Edinburgh and Buxton Fringe) The Arts Show, BBC Radio 2 (featured) Jayde Adams tour support (Birmingham Glee) 2018 - Harriet Braine’s Apocalibrary (solo show, Edinburgh, Brighton & Buxton Fringe) Total Eclipse of the Art (solo show, Lund Comedy Festival, Sweden) Picasso Live From Tate Modern, Sky Arts (cameo musical performance) History Makers Podcast (writer, presenter, 6 episodes) 2019 - Nele Needs a Holiday: The Musical, KVS Theatre, Brussels (actor & musician) The DesignSpark Podcast (writer, presenter, 6 episodes) Jingles for Sofie Hagen’s podcasts Made of Human and Secret Dinosaur Cult Les Admirables (solo show, Edinburgh Fringe and Lund Comedy Festival) Deluxe Access (cabaret show, Dublin Fringe) Jared Christmas tour support, Haugesund, Norway)Book Now
GENDERS & NON GENDERS come smell the prevailing winds of HUMAN toxicity in the air and plunge your human meat gloves into this zeitgeist pavlova as we gently take each other by the frontal cortex and ascend into the sparkling mind satchel of comedian Paul Victor Currie.
Your friend Jack Barry welcomes some beautiful new joke babies into the world. He's not shit, he's been on Russell Howard Hour (Sky One). **** Sunday Times ***** EdFest Magazine
A hilarious and ludicrous take on the masterpiece by Tolstoy. The epic tale of love, death and desire at the toe of Imperial Russia - told by three idiots
Following a whirlwind couple of years of awards, sell-out shows and international touring, Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Lauren Pattison is back with the beginnings of a brand new show.
EdFringeReview ***** “Deeply talented”
LondonTheatre 1 **** “Pleasant and enlightening”
The Wee Review **** “Laugh-filled and informative"
Ed Fest Mag **** “Insightful lyrics”
Mumble Comedy **** “An individual and confident voice”
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