Fiona Clift returns with her one-woman Character Comedy show How to Be Alone.
We are born alone, we live alone, sometimes we need a loan, and we die alone. But what does that actually mean?
Celebrated Antipodean Mistress of the Monologue, Janice Bruce McHeath, believes in monologue.
Using a chair, an array of wigs and extreme physical skills to disguise herself, she creates a cast of characters all giving testament to the power of monologue.
Thought-provoking, funny and sometimes beautiful. This show attempts to answer the eternal question “How to be Alone”
But remember, it isn’t comedy, monologue.
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27 Jul 2020
£6 (+65p QNew Transformation Fee)
No interval in this performance
|Monday, 27 July 2020||20:00||Queen's Theatre||Book Now|