Bloom

Comedy (stand-up, lgbt)

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Description

Funny Women finalist, Broadchurch actor and Most Promising Junior 1998* Becky, accidentally got gay married and now the biological clock is ticking. She brings her new 'nigh-octane' show to reckon with that early potential and ask: err what now? The world is her cockle. The world is her oyster. Becky Brunning is in Bloom. 'Her comedy insinuates itself, forcing its way inexorably through the cracks in her audience’s defences and flourishing there' (BroadwayBaby.com). **** (TheAustralian.com). *West of England Basketball Association. No further awards.

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Simon Robson 17 days ago

Having no idea what to expect, my wife and I braved the ' how close do we sit to the front' dilemma and sat at the front.
After a day of in your face flyers, come and see this or that show and noise, it was great to sit and watch a comedy act where there wasn't a need to be funny all the time. As a middle aged white male, hearing the words feminist and comedienne could make many of us switch off. If you do then you're missing out on comedy story telling and a way of telling many of us males in a way we can relate to , especially the building site ' oi show us yet feelings!' line which made me grin. Becky weaves stories and helps people be 'woke' without patronising or politicising it. Having the energy to do one hours stand up on adrenaline and coconut bay takes courage and confidence. I arrived with no expectations or prejudices and left educated, smiling , chuckling and thoroughly entertained.
Thanks Becky from Ali and I x

Aimee 31 days ago

I feel like this could have been a funny show if it had been half an hour. She was engaging to listen to, but there just wasn't enough material. Most of it was about her Dad embarrassing her- maybe you had to be there? One or two smiles, not the worst show I've seen, but not the funniest either.


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The List (3/5 stars) 32 days ago

Wholesome hour that takes in coming out, fathers and reproduction...

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