Rosalie Minnitt: Clementine

Comedy (character comedy, musical comedy)

  • Underbelly, Cowgate - Delhi Belly
  • 14:25
  • Aug 27
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 14+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Rosalie Minnitt
  • Warnings and additional info: Audience participation, Strobe lighting, Strong language/swearing
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


Lady Clementine has until her 27th birthday to find The One. When her latest beau goes missing, she embarks on a hilariously unhinged quest to solve the mystery of her ill fortune. But with neither sense nor sensibility, will our romantic heroine find love in time? Set roughly "in the past'', this is a story about sickly sisters, self-love and Sylvanian Families. Bonnets at the ready, ladies, for the debut character comedy show of the (Scorpio) season. 'Bridgerton-meets-Gen-Z-Jane-Austen-on-Adderall' ***** ( 'Cheeks ached from laughing' ***** (Voice Magazine). 'A comedy star in the making' ***** (

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  • Accessible entry: There are 25 steps into this venue from the cow gate entrance.
  • Wheelchair access type: Not fully wheelchair accessible

  • Stairs: 20+
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Maggie Woodward 106 days ago

Truly marvelous. Laughed all the way through.

Mia 109 days ago

Been at the Fringe for a week and seen so many amazing shows but this one was by far my favourite. Unbelievably funny and (somewhat embarrassingly) relatable. I have recommended it to all my friends. Rosalie Minnitt is just sublime. Literally left the performance and immediately booked tickets to see it again, thanks for creating something so joyful

Turk Logan 109 days ago

You more than ‘fill yer boots’ at this comic extravaganza. Beautifully crafted and energetically performed, this show is an absolute gem. Exceptional comic timing, spontaneous wit and warm interaction with the audience, ‘Clementine’ is a must-see par excellence. A star in the wings.

Sara Cormeny 110 days ago

A clever sendup of dating and self esteem through a wacky trip through a world of period drama absurdist sendup. Just delightfully mad, fast paced, silly and smart

th 110 days ago

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ One of the most fascinating mixes of hilarious, clever, beautiful, strange, inventive and genius — in absolutely equal measure – that I’ve ever seen. It’s one of the shows where you feel sorry for the performer – in this case Rosalie – for having to perform it… because my God it looks like it must be EXHAUSTING to commit so hard and nail it night after night. Every time it felt like the show had wrung every drop out of a joke, it would rapidly shift to a completely new way of being funny - and then absolutely nail that one too. Everyone’s telling you how funny this is - and yes! (that too) - but my God is it one of the most intricate and satisfying narrative arcs I have ever actually experienced… One of the best endings to a story I’ve ever seen, while also being hilarious/poignant/original/witty all at once! How did a 60 minute show feel like it contained as much content as The Lord of the Rings?; Why did I cry at the denouement of a Sylvanian mouse?; When did people who do comedy start becoming good at everything else, all at once?! Go and see this as quickly as you can.

Cal 111 days ago

An absolute chaotic treat. Couldn't stop laughing. Get there early for a front row seat you won't regret it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Foteini Penna 111 days ago

Such a fun show! Brilliant performance! Definitely worth your time!

Jenna 114 days ago

Absolutely loved it!

Lucy 118 days ago

Best show we saw at the fringe! Clever, funny, energetic and warm. Felt like Clementine was our friend. And made even better by Bradley from the audience

Jonas 121 days ago

Amazing perfomer and an exuberant wit! Truly the best show I've seen at Fringe. A star in the making, nebulous and fabulous!

Julia 122 days ago

This is the most hilarious and well-made solo show that I have seen in ages. The number of jokes and references, the incredible performance... simply brilliant!

Katie Y 122 days ago

This show is everything I love about the Fringe. A brilliant, high-energy performance, the sharpest of writing and pure unadulterated silliness. An hour of escapism from a wonderfully creative mind. *****

Agla 122 days ago

A show full of energy, very funny and like no other. We really had a good time. Having Bridgetown/downtown abbey and glee references enhances the experience but is not a requirement. Go see it!

Kate 123 days ago

Bloody Brilliant! A pride and prejudice girlies wet dream.

Bradley 125 days ago

Confident that this is the show to beat this year.
Rosalie Minnitt is a marvel.

Annette Dart 126 days ago

Hilarious show, Rosalie is brilliant. Laughs from start to finish!

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Edinburgh Festivals Magazine (4/5 stars) 105 days ago

A very enjoyable show that takes its silliness to the extreme.

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The Telegraph (4/5 stars) 105 days ago

Beneath its riotous exterior, is making plenty of salient points.

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Theatre Travels 106 days ago

Rosalie Minnitt’s hour of character comedy is truly unlike any other I have seen before…and I absolutely loved it!

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Theatre Weekly (5/5 stars) 109 days ago

will leave you hoping for a sequel next year

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Broadway World (5/5 stars) 112 days ago

Rosalie Minnitt's: Clementine is a work of genius wrapped in a frenzy of fabulousness, it is topical, packs a punch and makes a firm statement about the unrealistic expectations on women and how to reject the pressure.

Read the full review (3.5/5 stars) 116 days ago

She succeeds in creating a memorable character, can make an audience laugh, and demonstrates that most valuable of creative assets: originality.

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One4Review (3.5/5 stars) 116 days ago

Good clean fun by a lovely performer.

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Lost in Theatreland (4/5 stars) 119 days ago

Minnitt’s comedic timing and delivery are impeccable, and her writing is quick-witted. This is an excellent piece of character comedy.

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EdFringe Review (5/5 stars) 119 days ago

Rosalie Minnitt gives a polished performance filled with energy, humour, and a good dose of insanity. 'Clementine' is a beautifully written work, bursting with love and light. To quote Clementine herself: “Trigger warning: it’s great”.

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ThreeWeeks (4/5 stars) 119 days ago

A massively enjoyable romp into Regency-era womanhood.

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