‘HarleQueen’ is a one-woman celebration of female fools.
Written and performed by Abby Howells and directed by Anya Tate-Manning, ‘HarleQueen’ will be a night of theatre, fun and stories about cool ladies. Also, Abby may juggle (unconfirmed).
Abby Howells is an award winning comedian and writer. She was a founding member of female comedy collective Discharge and served as their Head Writer. She has written and performed in five shows for the collective, including the musical '28 Days: A Period Piece' and 'Benedict Cumberbatch Must Die'.
Abby's first one woman show, 'Glocknid: Dwarf Warrior', won her the award for Best Newcomer at the Wellington International Comedy Festival. Anya Tate-Manning was last seen at the Fringe with her own solo show 'My Best Dead Friend', for which she won the 2018 award for 'Best in Fringe'.
Please note the Thursday 21st March session for this event has been cancelled, and a matinee session added for Sunday 24 March.
Fringe Tags; Theatre, Comedy