Kate Smurthwaite: The Last Mayor of Fihalhohi

Comedy (storytelling, solo show)

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Gangsters, attempted murder and actual sharks? Award-winning comedian and TV writer Kate Smurthwaite tells the most mind-blowing lockdown story you'll ever hear.

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Viv Pyner 25 days ago

I really enjoyed this show last night. A very funny lady and one I shall try to see next year.

Eve A. 27 days ago

A rollicking cross between Fantasy Island and My Side of the Mountain (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Side_of_the_Mountain). Great storytelling!!

AK 28 days ago

Posh woman spends lockdown on a tropical island and then complains about it.

The show was self-indulgent, unfunny and lacked a coherent narrative. Painful.

JennyK 28 days ago

Some kind of a Facebook style holiday story. Neither eventful nor exciting, you see 100 of them every day. Rather boring than funny. I ve just killed an hour of my life. A guy left half way and I should have done the same.

Jonathan Riddell 45 days ago

A fun story of a lockdown where instead of locking down Kate decided to go to an Indian Ocean island and make friends


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The Scotsman (5/5 stars) 27 days ago

Kate Smurthwaite has transitioned, this Fringe, from hard-line, feminist politico-comedy to one of the finest, most engaging storytellers I have ever seen.

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