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Rosie Wilby: The Conscious Uncoupling, Sweet Dukebox (Brighton Festival) – Review

  Pros: Rosie’s monologues reflecting on how she met her ex are beautifully heartfelt. Cons: It is not a completely polished show, but this is part of its charm. Sweet Dukebox, located in the Iron Duke pub, was the first stop on my day of theatre at the Brighton Fringe Festival. A walk along the beach to the venue made a nice change from dashing around London, and the venue was a lovely traditional pub with friendly staff and a small ...

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Nineties Woman, Camden People’s Theatre – Review

Written and performed by Rosie Wilby ★★★ Pros: A charming show presenting the soft face of feminism. Cons: It was very light and gentle. It felt as though it could have been more penetrating with more social context. Our Verdict: A very pleasant, one woman performance that is gently entertaining and bemusing with interesting subject matter, although lacked oomph. Courtesy of Camden People’s Theatre Rosie Wilby presents what I can only describe as an oral history of her experiences as part ...

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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: Is Monogamy Dead?

Average Audience Rating: ★★★★★Everything Theatre Rating: ★★★★ Read our review! Until 29th July at the Camden HeadUntil 25th August at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Fringe Festival Book tickets for Edinburgh Liz Ferris, London – ★★★★★ “After seeing this show highlighted as one to watch at the Camden Fringe on View website, I decided to go along to ‘Is Monoagamy Dead?’. I couldn’t be more glad I did. From the moment Rosie started the show, cracking a joke about showbiz dreams being shattered ...

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Camden Fringe: Is Monogamy Dead?, The Camden Head

Part of the Camden Fringe 2013Written and performed by Rosie Wilby★★★★ Pros: Rosie’s very natural, relaxed and inclusive style of stand up and intelligent, piquant material provides continuous laughs throughout. Lots of variety in the approach keeps the pace and the interest up. Cons: I’m not sure who was seated in the front row to my left, but I felt the show was almost exclusively for them. It would have been nice to see Rosie spread her eye contact around ...

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