from Harriet Braine
"If you like musical comedy with a twist Harriet will have you howling"Metro
The 2016 Funny Women Stage Award winner and So You Think You’re Funny? finalist of the same year, Harriet Braine, believes that art history delivered through the medium of parody song is the only possible remedy for the broken hearts and minds of a broken world.
Musings upon current politics and philosophy, along with insights into her utterly fascinating personal life, Harriet's much admired art history songs are tied together into a hilarious and educational debut hour, taking you on a journey through time and the art world with her to Paris, Mexico City, New York, Barcelona and…Croydon.
"The best cornet/trumpet impression this side of Earl Okin"Bruce Dessau
As seen on BBC 100 Women Season, and one of Metro’s 9 hilarious women to look out for in 2017, Harriet has been published in Chortle, interviewed for Standard Issue magazine, and was named Best Newcomer at the Musical Comedy Awards 2016 with only a handful of gigs under her belt. She has performed at such diverse venues as Up the Creek comedy club, the Southbank Udderbelly and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Sat 15th July, 8.30pm
Sun 16th July, 10pm
Run time: 55 minutes