Event: How (not) to make it in Britpop
Publish Date: 23/01/2013
How not) to make it in Britpop
- Date: Sunday, 17th March 2013
- Time: 7pm
- Venue: Taurus
- Tickets: £7 each - click to buy!
Rosie Wilby is a comedian, musician, writer and broadcaster based in London. As a comedian, she has performed at Sydney Mardi Gras, The Comedy Store, Latitude Festival and on Radio 4. As a musician she has performed at Glastonbury Festival, Ronnie Scotts and on Carlton TV.
"Talented performer with a winning self-depricating personality.." Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
"Her voice is glorious...each note played and word uttered is as finely tuned as Wilby's guitar" Betty Clarke, The Guardian.
To read an interview with Rosie click here.
About The Show
A new version of Rosie's critically acclaimed show Rosie's Pop Diary, reworked with Director Anthony Shrubsall. Mixing stand up, storytelling and acoustic versions of her songs, Rosie delves into a personal treasure trove of old photos, fan letters, reviews and the original Rosies Pop Diary (her 90s column in the now defunct music magazine, Making Music) for this funny and touching show that explores the nature of nostalgia.
Praise for Rosie
"Rosie Wilby is the most genuine comic I've seen this year... Rosie's Pop Diary is a delicate, endearing delight..." Fringe Guru (4 stars)
"..an altogether generally lovely experience.." Three Weeks (4 stars)
"..fabulous songs and entertaining anecdotes" Edinburgh 247 (5 stars)
"Wilby is an accomplished singer, lyricist, comedian and story teller... I loved it.." ScotsGay (4 stars)
"..what a wonderful singing voice.." one4review
Tickets are just £7 and money raised will go towards supporting lesbian, gay and bisexual people. Click here to buy yours! or pop into The LGF to buy direct.