Jamie Loftus: Boss, Whom is Girl

Comedy (stand-up)

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Description

Learn how to empower yourself by participating in capitalism in this fabulous keynote speech from Silicon Valley girlboss and founder of Pee-Pee Smarthomes, Shell Gasoline-Sandwich, as played by LA comedian Jamie Loftus. Come to laugh, cry and get red-pilled as your fave 'yas corporations' appropriate messages you believe in while secreting waging wars in Third World countries. Yas! 'The top of our wish list' (Paste Magazine). 'Much like Andy Kauffman or Maria Bamford, Loftus's comedy is strange but impossible to look away from' (Forbes).

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General venue access

  • Audio enhancement system
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Sight not needed
  • Accessible entry: Via a driveway from the main road.
  • Wheelchair access type: Level Access

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Guy 93 days ago

Looking for something truly original at the Fringe? Brilliant writing & performance - if you like Phoebe Waller-Bridge, you will like Jamie’s character, giving us a glimpse of the female boss power world. Doesn’t sound funny or inspiring, but it is - you cannot help but get involved. Prepare to be wowed and shocked....

Alison Payne 96 days ago

Great concept by charismatic performer.. script & execution needs some tightening but intent and humour/comment on women entrepreneurs, tech and AI is insightful...

Jack Haynes 102 days ago

One of my favourite shows of the fringe. Jamie is a tour de force of humour and comedic timing. I sadly cannot tell you more for reasons I cannot go into lest I receive a visit from Josh. Go and see this show!


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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 91 days ago

A non-disclosure agreement awaits you upon arrival to Jamie Loftus’ bonkers show, which is ironic, as any effort at summary of this hour risks seeing you dismissed as a mad person. ...

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The Student Newspaper (5/5 stars) 96 days ago

Respect is tough to acquire, and businesswomen understand this better than most. Traditionally, success within male-dominated fields has required them to compromise their feminine identity, to sacrifice parts of themselves for access to mainstream success. But Jamie Loftus’ hysterical and off-kilter show is here to correct such systemic discrimination

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The Skinny (3/5 stars) 99 days ago

“If you’ve not signed the non-disclosure form, I can do whatever I want”, Jamie Loftus screams to a group of latecomers in Boss Whom is Girl. In this hour, Loftus is Gasoline Shell-Sandwich, head of PeePee Smart Homes and her debut Fringe hour takes the form of a powerful women...

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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 101 days ago

As the audience pile into the venue for Jamie Loftus: Boss, Whom is Girl, they receive a non-disclosure agreement. This agreement seems to contain the rantings of a maniac and comprises thinly veiled threats of violence, along with mentions of Patricia and some sort of catastrophic event involving DJ’s. Upon first...

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The List (4/5 stars) 104 days ago

Keynote speech handles important issues in a wonderfully surreal way...

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