3rd March 2016 at The Wardrobe Theatre
Not going to lie going into this how I was not sure what to expect. Words like ‘clowning’ and ‘audience interaction’ floated around in the descriptions and I think everyone has been to at least one show that had God awful attempts at both of these things.
Luckily it wasn’t too bad, there were a few low moments but that can be expected in a solo show. The highlights were the parts that seemed improvised but one character really stuck out and that was Death. The audience interaction parts were very nice although there was a game show portion where I got killed…always fun! The show was full of energy and very fun to watch with a few moments of sadness mixed in but maybe milked a little bit at points.
This show felt like something you may see in Edinburgh, it was experimental whilst trying to entertain and make the audience think. I would recommend it though.