Stevie Martin did her first solo show, Vol 1, last year and it went surprisingly well. Now she's back with a whole load of new characters and sketches.
A member of critically acclaimed sketch group Massive Dad ("Hilarious" - The Guardian), Stevie Martin put together a debut show last year that was surprisingly well received. She's now back with a blend of characters, sketch and stupid visual jokes, determined to not rely too heavily on projectors because they kept breaking. And water, because people kept shouting at her after shows for turning stages into lagoons.
As seen on Channel 4's Damned, Russell Howard's Good News and as heard on Radio 4's Sketchorama.
Last year's VAULT work in progress sold out fairly early on and was a really excellent evening. I didn't win any awards but I did have such a great time I forgot to bow and nobody realised the show had finished.
Stevie Martin - performer
Jonathan Monkhouse - technical director
"One of the best debut solo shows I've seen at this year's Fringe" - Entertainment Focus
"So inventive and consistently funny" - Fest
"This comedian has what it takes - I look forward to Vol. 2 because Stevie's started something now." - Funny Women