Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness

Presented by Isa Bonachera

Any sensible person would look at the night sky and see the horrible purgatory of the cosmos. Not Isa. Isa's been obsessed with outer space all her life, and she decided from an early age that she wanted to do one thing and one thing only; become an astronaut.
For twenty years she did everything she could to stay on track. And one day she just stopped dreaming of space. Using a planetarium projector, Isa will take you on a guided tour of the cosmos and her broken dreams.

Comedy
22:0023 — 24 Jan
Studio - The Vaults, Leake Street
22:00
£10.00
1hr 00m
12+
As Heard On RadioCombo OfferFemale LedMember OfferMultimedia
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About the company

Isa Bonachera

Isa Bonachera is a comedian, writer and cartoonist based in London. She started doing stand-up and sketch comedy at the University of Cambridge where she was also a cartoonist for the satirical magazine The Porter’s Log. Since she moved to London, she became a member of the Soho Theatre Young Company, and the Free Association. In the short time she has been doing comedy, Isa has become one of the most exciting up-and-coming comedians: she is a Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2017 finalist, a Max Turner Prize 2018 finalist, a Leicester Square Sketch Off! 2018 runner-up, a London Comedy Store King Gong 2018 winner, Man Up! 2018 finalist, a Phoenix Artist Club Cabaret Award 2018 third place, and a BBC New Comedy Award 2018 finalist.

Credits

Writer/performer: Isa Bonachera

Press & Reviews

2018 BBC New Comedy Award finalist
2018 Phoenix Artist Club Cabaret Award third place
2018 Man Up! Drag King Contest finalist
2018 London Comedy Store King Gong winner
2018 Leicester Square Sketch Off! runner-up
2018 Max Turner Prize finalist
2017 Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year finalist

“a distinctively offbeat way of thinking, generating off-kilter punchlines that are hard to see coming” Chortle

“You are unable to hold back the laughs” Funny Women

“well-crafted jokes, original and off-the-wall” Broadway Baby