Zumba Gold

Theatre (comedy, dance)

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Description

Cathy works at the local leisure centre. She dreams of being a performer, but every time she gets on stage something dreadful happens. Embark on her quest for life fulfilment through multi-roling, physical comedy and more dance routines than you can shake a tap shoe at. Amelia Gann's writing debut is a fever dream of pop nostalgia, childhood dance shows, queer identity and suburban village life. So strap in for a show that's messy, dramatic, desperate, confused, entitled and kind of scary.

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Matthew Taylor 33 days ago

Excellent- don't hesitate- see it!

Jeremy Hicks 35 days ago

This seems to be lightweight and there are plenty of laughs, but ultimately it has a serious message. It’s worth mentioning that the performance is excellent - Ms Gann conveys the essence of a dancer who has ambition and dedication but simply just is a bit amateurish. A harder task than merely doing it well.

Martin burroughs 36 days ago

Lightly entertaining piece to start the day. Reminds me of Odd Odes if you're old enough to remember them- always started funny then something still funny but brutal happened, usually poetic justice.

Clive W 36 days ago

Lively show in which the humour keeps building until Cathy's ultimate downfall. Couldn't stop laughing at one point. A great fringe debut.

M 37 days ago

Great show with plenty of laughs. Well worth a watch!


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The Stage (4/5 stars) 30 days ago

It’s infectiously entertaining.

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The Theatre Gal (4/5 stars) 36 days ago

Amelia Gann owns the space with an infectious energy that captures Cathy’s desperation for change and attention through humour, rumination and movement.

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