Miss Honey

Theatre (comedy)

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Description

A new online one-woman show digitally broadcast from East London's leading drag club, The Glory. A hilarious and provocative dive into privilege and sexuality, we follow the story of a private tutor juggling teaching the UK's elite with high-kicking disco balls on a school night. Joanna Griffin (credits: The Vote (Donmar Warehouse, Channel 4, BAFTA nominated), Misterwinner (BBC One), is one half of comedy duo Lola and Jo. **** (Fest). **** (List). 'Duos taking risks' (Guardian). Director, Róisín O'Mahony, is one half of cult comedy duo Róisín & Chiara. **** (Sunday Times). ***** (Funny Women).

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Sara Cormeny 31 days ago

I am a fan of this performer from having seen a Lola & Jo show a couple of years ago and was excited to find her in this year’s online fringe. This one hander has all that glory you hope for in a fringe show, it’s a little glimpse into someone’s worst moment and you are engagingly along for the ride. The sound quality varies some but the video work is excellent and the storytelling aces. Great show.


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LouReviews (3.5/5 stars) 36 days ago

A new one-woman show, this is a gossipy and sometimes toe-curling glimpse into the world of a private tutor (“I’ve got no teaching qualifications at all”) who is bursting to make you, the viewer, her new best friend. From the moment you sit down, it all comes pouring out: work, friends, gossip, love. All the relatable minutae of sisterhood.

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