‘I am going to be in the village fete, people will watch me intently, they will be shocked, they will have never seen anything like this before. This will change the course of my life forever.’
Cathy works at the local leisure centre. She dreams of being a star, but every time she gets on stage something dreadful happens. Join an array of eclectic characters for a dysfunctional dance party that tells the story of Cathy’s youth, queer awakening, and complicated relationship with Zumba.
Amelia Gann’s debut comedy is a fever dream of iconic pop soundtracks, childhood dance shows and suburban village life – so strap in for a show that’s messy, camp, desperate, confused, entitled and kind of scary.
“Not only one of the best one woman shows that I have ever seen, it comfortably goes in my list of top Fringe shows ever seen.”
★★★★★ A Younger Theatre
“It’s infectiously entertaining.”
★★★★ The Stage
“A hyper-kinetic dervish of comedy movement, witty observations and Lycra-clad clowning… It’s gleefully funny.”
★★★★ British Theatre Guide
“With sharp, punchy puns, skilful character hopping and memorable choreography… A terrific watch that had me laughing out loud.”
★★★★ The Theatre Gal