Apr 10. 2019 | The Victoria
Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness
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Showing just how far our phenomenal artists are willing to travel to perform at the Swindon Fringe we have, all the way from San Francisco USA, Commercial Waste, a satirical look at life in America that is closer to reality than anyone would like to admit and, from Outer Space! Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness, a stimulating multimedia stand up about broken dreams and reaching for the stars.
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Time & Location
Wednesday 10th April 2019
The Victoria
Victoria Road
About The Performances

Isa Bonachera: The Great Emptiness 

Isa Bonachera has been obsessed with outer space all of her life, and she spent twenty years trying to become an astronaut. So, why isn't she in space? Isa will use a planetarium projector to take you on a tour of the cosmos and her broken dreams, all while wearing an astronaut suit that is full of surprises.

Isa is a BBC New Comedy Award finalist, Phoenix Artist Club Cabaret Award third place winner and Leicester Square New Comedian of the year finalist who is bringing the magic of the great unknown to Swindon.

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In a land that has become its own worst version of a hit reality TV series, one woman wakes up to discover, the American Dream is her worst nightmare!

Performed by Madison Worthington, written by Nina Sacco, this surreal solo show is brought to you all the way from San Francisco, California. This duo had such a blast the first go round, they are thrilled to return to the Swindon Fringe Festival for the second year running.

Ages 16+

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