Not from the makers of ‘Making a Murderer’. Also not from the makers of ‘Kidnapped in Plain Sight’ – A journey of self discovery where Roann leaves no (wo)man behind. Piecing together what it means to be a mixed heritage, queer, woman having grown up in the 90's, in Wembley.
Gender & sexuality, a spilt nail varnish, a murdered cat. Roann delves into her past, as she has some questions and questionable memories. All her family members are back in force in her second show and due to popular demand, more stories of her Algerian Mother and her unique take on life will take centre stage.
'Congenial storyteller, a likeable stage presence, a lot of truth'
‘Ask her to read a train timetable and she could have her audience in stitches’.
British Theatre Guide
‘Packed full of love, integrity, wit and humour.’ ★★★★
‘McCloskey broaches the subjects of sexuality, family and dating in a fresh, tender and delicate manner that will leave an impression on you that is impossible to ignore.’ ★★★★
‘My Father... offers a mixture of meaningful reflections on family whilst still being able to relatably laugh at the fact your dad can't use Facebook properly.’ ★★★★
Directors and Collaborators:
Since flopping on to stage in 2010 this London based Queer has performed in shows across the globe from KitKat Club in Berlin, a national tour of Australia (The Little Death Club) and Lucha Britannia in Bethnal Green.
Infamous for her award winning comedy burlesque acts, Brow is also well known for her deep political interest and diverse skills ranging from Fire to whips and lack of morality.
Along side some beautiful awards over the years, including her first ever award; runner up in Burlesque Idol (House of Burlesque) 2011, Lolo Brow now happily sits at no.5 in The Top 10 Burlesque Performers UK (21st Century Burlesque) 2019.
Since Graduating from Central school of Speech and Drama 2012, Brow has not only performed but has produced many successful shows such as Are You Game? and Derangium. She is most proud to be one of 3 creators (Scarlett O’Hora and Lilly SnatchDragon) for LADS, which has been running for 3 years and recently Sold Out at The Bush Theatre.
Joel is an actor and a playwright. His acting credits include Ink (Almeida), Happy New (Trafalgar Studios) and Awakening (Soho) as well as various television, film and immersive theatre roles. His writing credits include A Wake in Progress, Greyscale, Divas, The Common Land and Hilldrop. His awards for playwriting include Masterclass Pitch Your Play, BBC Writersroom Award for Drama, LET Award, Three Week's Editors Award, Best of the Fest (IYAF) and Pick of the Fringe (Brighton).
Joel trained at LAMDA with a scholarship from the Leverhulme Trust
Roann's award-winning first show My Father the Tantric Masseur marked his professional co-directing debut and he is delighted to be back working with his queer spirit animals, Roann and Lolo Brow on round two.Book Now
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