Evolution is tricky - just ask the dinosaurs. A few years ago, Laura (Chortle Awards nominee) evolved into a full-time wife and comedian. It didn't quite go as planned.
Following her smash debut ‘Lovely', Laura aims her trademark comedy kaleidoscope at marriage, feminism, identity and the grinning idiots that built Stonehenge. Indulge in a whirlwind celebration of everything that's right about slowly turning into your mother and everything that's wrong with town criers.
30-something Laura's take on life is infectiously optimistic. Her clever tales of David Attenborough obsessions and dealing with a Daily Mail reading parent ooze with charisma and vibrant charm. Expect quick quips, seamless banter and up-beat anecdotes from a show certain to leave you grinning from ear to ear.
…an avalanche of clever quips, shrewd observations and more heartfelt, down-to-earth honesty than you could expect from an hour of comedy… Perhaps even more effective than her jokes, however, is her winning manner; it’s simply not possible to sit through her show without wanting to befriend her… superb material, brilliant delivery and irresistible personality… she successfully combines the comedy with real heart – a sure-fire sign of a Fringe success.
…a charming, personable comic with a solid set of routines and twinkling manner…
…an alarmingly competent stand-up; her presence and delivery is faultless…
If you want an hour of absolute joy that will leave you grinning like the Cheshire cat you have just enjoyed an hour in the company of then go and see this show. It’ll leave you with warm and fuzzy feelings and you’ll go to sleep knowing that dreams really do come true.