Great British Mysteries and Sara Barron

Cutty Sark, Greenwich.

Great British Mysteries and Sara Barron

'Darkly humorous' Sara Barron and the 'gloriously silly' investigative duo Great British Mysteries perform brand new material at Cutty Sark Theatre before they hit the Edinburgh Fringe.

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This event is for over 16s only - No refunds will be issued for under 16s.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £13.20 (£12.00)

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See brand new comedy live at Cutty Sark in our very own Michael Edwards Studio Theatre, inside the hull of an historic clipper ship.

Sara Barron: For Worse (Work in Progress)

When Sara Barron was 12-years-old she wrote a 64-page play. 60 of those pages were, in effect a porn. Which is to say: there exists in this world a porn script written by an accidental, feminist 12-year-old *auteur*.

As it happens, Sara's not 12 anymore. She's 38. And through her own mix of standup and storytelling, she's ready - FINALLY - to get her play up on its filthy little feet."The reigning queen of New York's live storytelling scene" - Jon Ronson

"Barron is, dare we say it, as funny as David Sedaris. When you aren't squirming, you're laughing out loud" - Los Angeles Times

"Rib-tickling... relentlessly self-deprecating" - Chicago Sun Times

"Barron makes for great company." Entertainment Weekly Magazine

"Darkly humorous; smart; acerbic" - Bust Magazine

Great British Mysteries: 1599? (Work in Progress)

Do you like mysteries? Do you like historical inaccuracies? Do you know the difference between Thomas More and Roger Moore? Read on!

This is the follow-up to the company’s sold out 2017 Edinburgh show. But set 400 years earlier. Confused? You will be.

In this edition, mystery-hunters Olive and Teddy become embroiled with witches, haunted houses, and the scent of Cardinal Wolsey’s conscience. It’s like ‘The Woman In Black’ meets Keystage Two Tudor history.

Expect multi-roling, homemade sound effects and more gags than Henry VIII had wives. Seven?

‘Gloriously silly, wonderfully observed’ - TIME OUT

'Hilarious world of weirdness' - METRO