Juliette and Georgie's Bank Holiday Big Night Out
Juliette Burton: Defined
Award-winning comedian Juliette is full of contradictions: pessimistic optimist, introverted extrovert, successful failure. Masculine or feminine, happy and sad, mentally ill or healthy: why must we choose one or the other? After a year of huge change, Juliette has had to redefine her life, her labels and herself. Everything she thought was steadfast has vanished. Can she break free from a boxed in definition and be everything at once? Or must we choose how we are defined?
Total sold out runs Edinburgh Fringe 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018.
"Burton drips with charm – joyous" (The Times).
"Burton shows the world it’s cool to be kind" ***** (Sunday Mail)
"Huge talent" ***** (Daily Mirror)
"Hilarious" ***** (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)
Georgie Morrell: Eyecon
Join award-nominated comedian and one-eyed legend Georgie Morrell as she explores disability and celebrity. Ever wanted to be an icon and have everyone look up to you? Georgie didn't but she is now and doesn’t remember agreeing to this. Or did she? Has she totally sacrificed who she is to be the poster girl of disability? As seen and heard on BBC Two, Radio 4 and Radio 5 Live. Show commissioned by New Theatre Wolsey (Ipswich).
“Riotous and side-splittingly funny…sets disability taboos alight” Disability Arts
“Ballsy and uncompromising” ****1/2 Reviews Hub
"Burns with fire and light” Whatsonstage