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Fifty Shades of May

Assembly, Edinburgh Fringe 2018

Lolly lampoons political figures in this character comedy/burlesque hybrid show. As Theresa May, she will taunt and tease in Brussels and in fields of wheat. Featuring footage of Liam Hourican as Jacob Rees-Mogg (Murder in Successville/Tracey Breaks the News).

It's Downing Street on poppers, with a P45, suspenders, and a chunky metal necklace!

★★★★ "Astounding" The List   ★★★★ "A proper hoot" The Wee Review   "A spanking response to Brexit doom and gloom" Fest   ★★★★ "Niche burlesque at it's best" Fresh Fringe ★★★★★ “Jones at her very best” Curtain Up Show ★★★★ “Brilliant character comedy” Funny Women ★★★★ "Razor Sharp" Edfest  ★★★★

Orwell That Ends Well

Just the Tonic, Edinburgh Fringe 2017

Lolly explores our digital footprint in her third satirical stand-up show. How does Amazon know what we need before we do? How does Facebook predict our future friends?

★★★★ "Raucously funny" Fringebiscuit

★★★★ "Hilarious" The Avant Garde

★★★★ Mumble Comedy

Top 10 shows of 2017 - Funny Women awards

Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon

Just the Tonic, Edinburgh Fringe 2016

‘Based on the six degrees of separation concept, all actors are said to be linked to Kevin Bacon in less than six steps. But, after acting with the man himself, would Lolly feel more connected to the world?

A tale of surprise associations, magic truffles and getting dumped by your f*ck buddy’.

 
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I'm Thinking of Leaving Facebook

Laughing Horse, Edinburgh Festival 2014

Lolly mocks our collective timeline. Does food taste better if Instagrammed first? And is it acceptable to ‘Check in’ at a funeral?

"Lolly is a proper punk...a blast to spend an hour with" The Scotsman

"A considerable writing talent" Three Weeks

"The kind of 'northern bitch' that all the posh southern rahs of politics really need to listen to" The Scotsman