A game show for the austerity generation. Part game show, variety show and disco. Everyone's a winner! In a reaction to the slick and earnest high production that populates the world of entertainment today, Miss B presents a deliberately lo-fi, silly and audience-centric bag of fun. Starring the good, the bad and the absurd of Edinburgh Fringe, plus an awful lot of cardboard. Come and experience a genuinely unique experience in a world of generic mediocrity. Important: Briiiing-briiiing your phones! 'Shockingly good!'(Evening Standard). www.pay-what-you-want.info
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Full press release
Miss Behave - host of Olivier Award Winning world smash La Clique and La Soiree, Trailblazer of the Modern Variety scene and ground-breaking producer - is finally bringing her audacious, chaotic as f***, riot of a Gameshow to the festival... third time lucky! After a string of bad luck; meningitis in 2011 and a broken foot in 2013 to be precise, this year Miss B will be gracing us with her larger than life presence for the full run... (fingers crossed!)
This is a renegade game show for the austerity generation. It's part Game Show, part Variety Show, part Disco... and everyone's a winner! Fifty minutes of games, acts, dancing, fun... and phones. In a reaction to the slick and earnest high production populating the world of entertainment today, Miss B presents a deliberately lo-fi, silly and audience-centric bag of fun.
Starring the good, the bad, and the absurd of the festival, plus an awful lot of cardboard - come and experience a genuinely unique experience in a world of generic mediocrity.
In addition to the Gameshow madness, Miss Behave will once again be co-producing, curating and running, The Bookshop, alongside Bob Slayer. The independent venue's inaugural year (2013) was a flying success with over 27 shows, 52 performers and 550 performances including the extremely well received, controversial multi award winning solo-show from Adrienne Truscott. As with last year, audiences will again Pay-What-You-Want, with exceedingly reasonable advance tickets or the option to pay what you feel the show deserves as you leave, bringing the festival closer to its independent roots.
From hit variety show The Crack to Mavericks, her cult tent in Glastonbury, to the Showzam Festival in Blackpool, Miss Behave has proved time and again to be ahead of the game as both performer and producer. She has been seen and heard by millions on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Guinness World Records, and BBC's Women's Hour and many other TV and radio shows.