Naomi McDonald: Copycat

Comedy (solo show, cabaret)

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Description

Impressionist, comedian and singer Naomi brings to life all your favourite stars in her brand-new show. It’s your chance to see celebs as you’ve never seen them before! Adele croons over custard creams, Nigella Lawson defrosts meals in her bathtub and Melania Trump hits the bottle hard. This is a fast, fun hour full of impressions, spoof songs and full on ridiculousness. As heard on BBC Radio 2’s Celebrity Lip Service, Naomi is familiar to millions due to her work on Sky, Capital FM and Cartoon Network, as well as regular appearances on sell-out show NewsRevue.

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Charmian Hughes 105 days ago

Ended up in this show accidentally, with no preconceptions and enjoyed it so much. I loved Naomi's original angles on well known celebrities. Her Cheryl Cole was brilliant, astute and subtle. It was a refreshing end to my fringe after seeing so many shows and performing myself over the whole month. Joyful exuberance, amazing voice and a great judge and mimic of character! So glad my happy accident meant I got to see this show.

Toni Adams 108 days ago

I had just logged on to leave a glowing review for this show - which both I and my husband thoroughly enjoyed last night! - when I saw the hateful comments below from 'Jessica'. I find it utterly astounding that anyone would feel the need to leave such nasty scathing feedback, which will clearly be read by the performer, just 1 day before the end of the fringe. What do you achieve by doing something like this? As an ex-performer myself I know all too well the guts and determination that it takes to put on a solo show, and the fact that some people are so full of negativity and spitefulness is baffling. If you didn't enjoy the show this late in the game, how about just don't say anything. You aren't leaving a review for a big corporation, you're not telling KFC you didn't care for their chicken wings, you're ripping into another human being who has clearly worked their socks off. We thought the show was absolutely fantastic and we're sure you'll have an amazing last night!!

Jessica 109 days ago

Unfortunately was sadly disappointed by this. Had really high hopes but sometimes painful to watch, not sure if it's actor tiredness or the script was just not funny. Odd character choices at times and the writing and performance failed to deliver.

Rachael Bermingham 113 days ago

Wow. Great voice and fantastic impersonations. We especially loved her May/Dre bit and her Lady Gaga. Well worth a look.


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The Feminist Fringe (4/5 stars) 111 days ago

She skilfully walks the line of funny and flattering when portraying these women. She manages to convey Melania Trump with a wig and her facial expression alone. While she opts for the classic Melania narrative, she does so in such a way that gives her character power and authority. A skill she will hopefully apply to more contemporary characters in the future.

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