Fiona Clift: How to Be Alone

Sunday 26 January

The Albany

A Work in Progress

16:15 – 17:15
The Albany240
Great Portland S
London W1W 5QU
We are born alone, we live alone, sometimes we need a loan, and we die alone.
But what does that actually mean?
Celebrated Antipodean Mistress of the Monologue, Janice Bruce McHeath, believes in monologue.

Using a chair, an array of wigs and extreme physical skills to disguise herself, she creates a cast of characters all giving testament to the power of monologue.
Thought provoking, funny and sometimes beautiful. This show attempts to answer the eternal question “How to be Alone”

But remember, it isn’t comedy, monologue.

Written and performed by Fiona Clift who is an actor, character comedian and puppeteer.
This preview is ahead of her Leicester Comedy Festival debut at the Curve Theatre.
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