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Do you ever feel as though you were promised more from life? I mean, sure, your flat’s great and everything but it’s no castle. And your boyfriend is fine-no he’s more than fine, he’s lovely-but hardly a handsome Prince. Your nannies never sang and definitely never looked like Julie Andrews, and frankly you’re talking to animals so much you think you might need medical attention.
Rebecca feels the same. All her life she’s seen Disney as a close friend, a confidante. Sure, it had it’s faults; it was always a bit conformist, a bit anti feminist, a bit.....racist. But like a good friend she
brushed these weaknesses aside.
Only now she is beginning to see Disney for what it really is. And it’s not all fairy godmothers and flying carpets.
“A fascinating mix of good time girl and Miranda Hart”- Telegraph
With live accompaniment Rebecca tackles her Princess complex through the medium of sketch, stand up and song. She tackles some familiar tunes with a twist, as well as completely original numbers, inciting audiences to consider these privileged Princesses, misunderstood villains and frankly questionable moral messages that Disney have been dishing out for generations.
“All flowing auburn hair and kohl rimmed eyes, Humphries’ vivacious turn rightly spills into all four corners of the room” - Evening Standard
Doors Open: 7pm