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Fringe Preview:
How to be Alone

How to be Alone, Fiona Cliff, Poplar Union, Fringe preview, Edinburgh fringe, East London, theatre, new comedy, things to do, what to do in Poplar
How to be Alone, Fiona Cliff, Poplar Union, Fringe preview, Edinburgh fringe, East London, theatre, new comedy, things to do, what to do in Poplar

Join us for a double bill of Fringe previews, showcasing some exciting new shows to come out of our seasonal scratch nights.

Next up… How to be Alone (former title: Working Classy Women)

What to expect

A celebration of the monologue and monologue artist Janice Bruce McHeath.

Mistress of the monologue Janice Bruce McHeath, has wowed, inspired and bored audiences the world over with her intense monologuing using nothing more than a chair. Tonight she is joined by some of her biggest fans all doing their monologues for Janice: ex-model and national treasure Joanna Lumley, Hollywood goddess Jennifer Lawrence, community theatre director Terry, her Auntie Iris, and Kate Tempest. And there’s an unexpected appearance from master monologuist Robert Lepage with a remote control car.

A hilarious evening of character comedy. A homage to the monologue.

Written and performed by Fiona Clift.

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Reviews

Fiona Clift is the next Catherine Tate” – MC Healing Comedy

Fiona is mental and I can never wait to see what character she will do next” – anonymous MC

Fiona Clift is delightful” – The Stage on Holy Presents


This is a double-billed show!

Gobby, Jodie Irvine, Poplar Union, Fringe preview, Edinburgh fringe, East London, theatre, new comedy, things to do, what to do in Poplar How to be Alone, Fiona Clift, Poplar Union, Fringe preview, Edinburgh fringe, East London, theatre, new comedy, things to do, what to do in Poplar

Get a ticket for two shows on one night for just £16 / £12 conc. when you book for How to be Alone and Gobby. Add the tickets to your basket and the offer will be applied at checkout. 

If you have any questions about this double-bill offer, just get in touch!

Thu 18 July 8.45pm-9.45pm

£9 / £7 conc.
Age range: 14+

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