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Adele is Younger Than Us


Comedy. 25th – 29th Jan, 21:30, £12.

Self deprecating songs and comedy about a life of not being Adele.

We’ve all been there – the shattering realisation that you are not Adele.

Come join your fellow mortals for self-deprecating, non-Grammy Award-winning songs and comedy. We’re all someone like us.

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Sally and Rhiannon are not Adele. In any possible way. But what did she ever achieve? Worldwide success, 8 Brits, 10 Grammys, an Academy Award, three double platinum selling albums. What have Sally and Rhiannon achieved? Two years of unemployment, a permanent shaving rash and four failed driving tests.

Adele Is Younger Than Us is the culmination of years of optimistic frustration wedged into an hour of musical stand-up. Watch as Sally and Rhiannon emerge from the cocoon of long and painful adolescence into the world of womanhood, only to realise they weren’t Adele-like butterflies at all. They were moths. Stiff and Kitsch will take you on a journey through the trials and tribulations of love, with all the heartbreak but none of the Grammy’s like Adele. You’ve all been there, that shattering realisation that you are not a multi award winning, global record breaking pop superstar – and not only that, but you’re also actually older than Adele.

Join them in their attempt to find a man, fall in love and Set Fire To The Rain*

*Disclaimer: They won’t be able to, they’re not Adele.

Reviews from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
★★★★★ The songs…are hysterical and brilliantly written – West End Wilma
★★★★★ Guaranteed to put a smile on your face – Broadway World
★★★★ A heart warming show – Ed Fest Mag
★★★★ A slick, polished and accomplished performance delivered with verve…A real gem of a show – Edinburgh 49

Stiff and Kitsch are the comedy union of Sally O’Leary and Rhiannon Neads. You may recognise them from several badly dubbed adverts from Europe and BBC Radio 4. Having met whilst studying at LAMDA they soon realised they had a lot in common – They were both in love with guys that didn’t love them back, hadn’t discovered haircuts to suit their face shape, and both regularly found themselves being cast as men. Teaming up under the musical direction James Taylor (not that one), who comes with a wealth of experience including ITV’s The Sound of Music Live, and the direction of Janine Harouni (Muriel Comedy) they finally put their distinguished classical training to good use in this irreverent revue.

Rhiannon Neads (Writer/Performer)
Sally O’Leary (Writer/Performer)
James Taylor (Composer/MD)
Janine Harouni (Director)

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