Daphna Baram: Cracking Up

Comedy (stand-up, storytelling)

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Description

After dealing with immigration, politics and Jewish mothers, Daphna Baram's 2019 Fringe offering takes on mass and time (AKA weight and age) as the human-rights lawyer-journalist-comedian rages against the dying of her light. 'Supremely talented... as biting as it is funny' (DailyInfo.co.uk). 'Masterful... Her fantastic way with words and bone-dry humour have the audience in fits of laughter... Superbly refreshing' ***** (Issuu.com/BunburyMagazine). 'Fresh and enlightening, her warmth elevating the gentle, conversational nature of her delivery' (List). 'Wonderful, hilarious and important, too' (BroadwayBaby.com). Director: Amanda Baker.

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Sam Zafaran 71 days ago

This is a gem of a show- funny, informative and a great way to start your Ed Fringe day. Highly recommend it.

sharon brown 77 days ago

A chance meeting with Daphna led to our watching her show. Very funny and a real personality. Lots to say as lived an extraordinary life so far.


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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 58 days ago

For a show that starts at 11:30 in the morning, Daphna Baram pulls in a decent crowd. She gives herself a customary but understated welcome to the stage, and then gets straight to it. A naturally fast speaker, she treats her audience to an absorbing hour of comedy and an...

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