The Phoenix: A Failure on a Mission (2 stars)

Daft sense of humour requires more envelope-pushing material

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This article is from 2011.

The Phoenix: A Failure on a Mission

If Tania Edwards read the phone book aloud, it would probably be a very sarcastic, absurd and over-animated thing of wonder. The 30-year-old seems born to perform, but would probably thrive on more envelope-pushing material (as opposed to everyday failed loves, lager drinking and her ‘high-maintenance little bastard’ goldfish) to really springboard her daft sense of humour into orbit.

The Caves, 556 5375, until 28 Aug, 6.40pm, £7-£9 (£6-£8).

This article is from 2011.

The Phoenix: A Failure on a Mission

  • 2 stars

Stand up comedian Tania Edwards is on a mission to prove herself right … she just needs to work out what that is. 'Hilarious' (Three Weeks) 'very talented' (Time Out) 'urban sharpster' (The Stage) 'one to watch' (Chortle.co.uk). Five times comedy finalist including Hackney Empire New Act Of The Year 2011.

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