Alison Thea-Skot explodes sizzlingly chaotic, work in progress, character comedy.
The Observer's Female Millennials Changing Comedy. As heard on BBC Radio 4.
"Brave, silly, a little bit unhinged and very, very funny" ***** Funny Women
"An arresting spectacle" **** Scotsman
"Devious and gleefully naughty characters" **** Skinny
Radio and TV regular Lorna Shaw brings new material to the stage in the form of stand-up, storytelling and music.
Featured in 'Best Jokes of the Edinburgh Festival 2017' Evening Standard. As seen on Plebs (ITV2), as heard on BBC Radio 4's Newsjack.
"Expect off-beat brilliance and songs" **** The Times
"Lorna is an exceptional talent who is going places" **** Funny Women
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