A woman stands in front of a microphone. She can’t remember the punchline.
Fusing poetry and song, the writer of the award-winning Unholy Mess return with a funny, strange and poignant play about growing up and inescapable truths. Performance poet Jemima Foxtrot takes you on a powerful journey exploring memory, childhood and what happens when we can’t quite get to the punchline.
**** "The brilliant Foxtrot is one to watch."
**** "Through the catchy music and evocative words the audience can almost smell the salty air and hear the crashing of waves"