2017 Edinburgh Fringe

Joanne McNally: Bite Me

  • Comedy (60 minutes)
Joanne McNally: Bite Me. Joanne McNally

Joanne was on an amazing diet and that was brilliant until it landed her in a clinic with a load of people who had lost their minds, which was ridiculous because Joanne definitely still had hers. Turns out her mind had legged it years ago; luring it back becomes the hardest, funniest and weirdest time of her life. Bite Me takes a no-holds-barred approach to her experiences with eating disorders in a thoughtful, deeply sensitive, laugh-out-loud production. 'It's a joy and a delight, and a show everyone should see' (TheArtsReview.com).

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
2nd Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
3rd Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
4th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
5th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
6th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
7th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
8th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
9th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
10th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
11th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
12th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
13th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
14th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
16th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
17th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
18th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
19th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
20th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
21st Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
22nd Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
23rd Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
24th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
25th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
26th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
27th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy
28th Aug 18.20 Assembly Roxy

Reviews

Press articles

20 Fringe shows talking about mental health

Theatre, comedy, spoken word and music exploring and discussing mental health.

Kirstyn Smith, The List, 18th July 2017

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