Apr 14, 2019 | swindon dance
Death - A Romantic Comedy
Everything Wrong With You Is Beautiful
Going out with a bang and saving the best till last. This years festival is ending with two fringe favourites. Rob Gee once again graces us with his presence and a brand new solo show where he'll masterfully weave curious stories full of lovable characters into a comedic look at death. Following, Tina Sederholm melds memoir, comedy and poetry in a thoughtful show about her fathers descent into Alzheimers. Expect, laughs, tears and to leave with a new outlook on life!
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Time & Location
Sunday 14th April 2019
Swindon Dance
Regents Circus
About The Performances

Death - A Romantic Comedy

Sebastian wakes up with a hangover and discovers he's handcuffed to a coffin. Alice is a polyamorous octogenarian who lives in a care home. Dave is a mortuary attendant with an unusual hobby. Bollock has his issues. 


The new show from comic, poet and psych nurse Rob Gee, creator of Fringe hit Kevin, King of Egypt (Best Solo Comedy – Orlando Fringe; Best Comedy – Swindon Fringe). Fresh from a tour of Canada. ★★★★★ “Dr. Seuss for adults” Uptown Magazine; ★★★★ “Wicked funny!” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; ★★★★★ “My abdominal muscles deserve an apology” Victoria Times

Everything Wrong With You Is Beautiful

Poet Tina Sederholm knows she is an adult, but still feels like the problem child. As her father descends into Alzheimer’s, Tina tries to uncover the facts behind a family story that never rang true. But as she digs into the past, she discovers truth is not always easy to define.


A bittersweet, middle-aged rite of passage, Everything Wrong With You Is Beautiful melds memoir, comedy and poetry into a poignant story of healing and reconciliation, finding beauty even in heartbreaking circumstances.


A beautifully humbling and thoughtful storytelling experience dripping with hope, acceptance, and grounding self-mockery,’ Three Weeks *****


Ages 16+

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