Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel
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Come and see a new, hilarious, improvised Jane Austen novel every day - it's free! Six talented improvisers cook up an entire play full of wit, flirtation and dastardly behaviour, based on audience suggestions. After months of sell-out London shows performing Austen's 'lost works' (Pride and Predator, Sixth Sense and Sensibility), it's Edinburgh's turn. Austen's never been so funny. Starring 2011 Best Newcomer nominee Cariad Lloyd and Rachel Parris. 'Whip smart and on the button funny' (Londonist.com). 'Had the entire audience roaring with laughter from start to finish … masters of their craft' (TheatreBubble.com). All ages.
Milk Monitors / Laughing Horse Free Festival.
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"I'm looking for polished anarchy": Cariad Lloyd returns to Edinburgh Fringe11 Jul 2012
Five star comedienne on Austentatious and comedy freewheelin'
Only at the Fringe could you be rewarded for previous success by being offered a venue even smaller and sweatier than the one that you started out in. This is exactly the situation that the diminutive and dynamic character comic Cariad Lloyd finds…
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