“I did that horrific ‘lying on the floor like you’re a dead body to hand out flyers’ thing. Won’t be doing that this year!”
WHO: Holly Morgan, Diva
WHAT: “Join the Diva on a budget as she guides you through the Seven Ages of Woman. Pit stops include seduction via Kate Bush, an interview with the woman who lived in Prince’s head, and finding out how many two pence pieces a man can insert up his foreskin. This is standing up cabaret on a budget as you’ve never seen it before. Because the Diva’s pretty sure she just invented it… ”
WHERE: Assembly Hall (Venue 35)
WHEN: 19:00 (60 min)
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Is this your first time to Edinburgh?
This is my first year with my own show! I was in Bat Boy! the Musical when I was a student and I did that horrific ‘lying on the floor like you’re a dead body to hand out flyers’ thing. Won’t be doing that this year!
Tell us about your show.
So I’ve written it and I’ve been very lucky to have some very talented people to draw on to help out with it; my boyfriend Tom is in it and gets roundly abused by me and has to sit in a cardboard box for an hour, my mate Lisa is a fabulous director and crazy bitch herself and Esh is best described as the show’s Guru! Roshan Conn is a wizard. Or she’s really organised, great at Q lab and always has my back…that or a wizard.
What should your audience see at the festivals after they’ve seen your show?
Cat Loud’s phenomenal one woman show, Wayward.
My beautiful venue-mate Lucy Farrett has brought her hilarious show, Ladyface to Assembly. She’s on just before us and she’s awesome.
A Hundred Different Words for Love is a beautiful hour of storytelling by James Rowland – a must see.
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