The Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee (Best Show 2017) presents her one-woman musical about the economy. You read that right. Let's get fiscal. The queen of clown is back and she's making the dismal science fun with a whole orchestra and an Invisible Hand. BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017. Fringe World Best Comedy Show 2018 nominee. British Vogue's '20 Names of Now'. 'A fast talking, smart-thinking stand-up for whom the adjective 'kooky' could have been invented for' (Guardian). 'Hysterical tour de force' ***** (ThreeWeeks). 'A fantastic comedic success' **** (Fest). **** (Scotsman).
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