Stacey Solo is strong female lead (detective), about to face the toughest case of her career: a woman enters the department with no voice, a shoe-stealing criminal is unexpectedly acquitted, and a strange set of initials appears at every turn...
Burdened with a tragic back story and struggling with her personal life, Stacey must throw the rule book out of the window and solve the summer of silence, before it's too late.
This is a fast-paced, high-energy, feminist piece of character comedy with a narrative from the mind of Tamar Broadbent (BBC Radio 4, Comedy Central, Boom Chicago). Inspired by all your favourite Netflix heroines, with an explosive musical score by John-Victor (Club Mex), this fun-packed show explores femininity, ambition, how many characters one actor can play, and what it really means to be a ‘strong female lead’ in 2020.Book Now
Tamar is a comedian, improviser, writer and award-winning songwriter. She has written five solo musical comedy shows, of which Get Ugly was nominated for Best Comedy at Fringeworld, and Best Life transferred to the SoHo Playhouse in New York. Her catchy, funny story-songs can be found on Spotify and YouTube.
From 2018-2019, Tamar worked at American improv theatre Boom Chicago, where she performed long form, short form and musical improv five nights a week, wrote sketches and created multiple characters. The 25th Anniversary show for the theatre saw her perform at the Royal Theater Carré along with alumni Seth Meyers, Kay Cannon and many other renowned US comedy names. She has hosted many large-scale events, including the Nordic Business Forum 2019, with an audience of 7655 and special guests including George Clooney and Sara Blakely.
Tamar has written for BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, Sketchtopia and Fresh From the Fringe. She wrote and filmed a pilot based on her one-woman show Best Life with Fiction Valley (Fremantle) NL, and wrote the book for Club Mex, a coming-of-age musical comedy about a girls’ holiday in Mexico, co-written with John-Victor and produced by Global Musicals (Six).
In her free time, Tamar enjoys singing, being horizontal and drinking as much wine as is stereotypically expected of a 29-year-old city woman.Book Now
|Saturday 8 February||Sat 8 Feb||15:00||£11.00||Book Now|
|Saturday 8 February||Sat 8 Feb||19:00||£11.00||Book Now|
|Sunday 9 February||Sun 9 Feb||19:00||£11.00||Book Now|
Praise for Previous Work:
For SPLIT at Vault Festival 2018:
‘The most fun I’ve had at the theatre in a long time.’
For Best Life at EdFringe 2018:
’Your chance to see the next big thing.’
Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
‘With blistering wit, Broadbent creates a must-see show that leaves the audience clutching their sides, tapping their feet, eagerly awaiting more.’
For Get Ugly at EdFringe 2017:
’Boasting an original comic voice, assured musicianship, and a beguiling onstage presence, she's a genuine triple threat.'
‘Think somewhere between Bridget Jones and Victoria Wood and you'll be close to grasping Broadbent's undeniable appeal.'
Can't see any ticket details? When the website is busy, sometimes it can take a few seconds for the Spektrix frame to load. If you're having trouble, please get in touch.
Universal Combo & Members Offers: To save you time (and money) we’ll give you £1 off every time you book to see two (or more) different shows at the same time. Find out more about this and our Members offers on the Special Offers page.
Flexi Ticket: Many events at VAULT Festival have a "Flexi Ticket" option, which will be presented to you, if available, before you get to the Checkout. By choosing the Flexi Ticket option you have the ability to swap your tickets for another performance (of the same show) if you can no longer make the original date. All tickets are subject to availability and customers will need to cover the cost of any difference in price. Adding the Flexi Ticket to your basket will automatically cover all tickets in the order.
Festival Contribution: Every ticket at VAULT Festival includes a £1.50 "Festival Contribution" which is your direct contribution to the continuation of the Festival. It helps us to pay for all the infrastructure, overheads and staff which make the Festival possible. The Festival Contribution is always included in the advertised price of an event, so there are no surprises at the Checkout.