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- The Rosemary Branch
It's 1998. Geri Halliwell is leaving the Spice Girls, David Beckham is wearing a sarong and somewhere in England a 10-year-old girl is pretending to be Eric Cantona.
Absurd, optimistic and joyful, Fan/Girl is a tongue-in-cheek ride through adolescence against a backdrop of nineties football. Award-winning comedian Bryony Byrne's debut show, directed by Ben Target. Expect playful audience interaction, 90s bangers, stupid comedy and drag.
“A playful, surprising and very timely show.” British Comedy Guide’s Recommended Shows 2022
“Joyously ramshackle, spirit-of-the-Fringe stuff.” ★★★★ The Daily Telegraph
“A beautiful emotional heart that was unexpected and glorious. See it!” Audience review
“Making the audience feel like we’re all in on the same party.” Audience review
We encourage patrons to wear a mask while moving around the building and when seated in the theatre.
Seating is not socially distanced. The theatre is ventilated before and after every performance with regular and thorough cleaning of touch points. Hand sanitiser and face masks are available onsite.
We regret that our theatre is up a flight of stairs with no wheelchair access available.
The show will include partial nudity, mild violence and swearing. There is audience interaction but it's super nice and fun.
Image 1: A woman stands in the centre with her arms raised in the air. She is facing to your right. In her right hand she holds the bottom of a black baseball bat so it hangs vertically down. In her left hand she holds a torch which illuminates a pair of out of focus pinata boobs which hang behind her to the left. She's wearing a knock-off Man United shirt and has two strips of black electrical tape across her forehead to depict Eric Cantona's eyebrows. She doesn't look that much like Eric Cantona but she's trying.
Image 2: A hand made poster. A woman has her back to us but her face is turned towards us and her over-large eyebrows are drawn together in a frown. She has black slicked back hair and she's wearing what is clearly a red t-shirt with an upright collar made out of black card and the word CANTONA and the number 7 cut out of white card and stuck onto the red t-shirt. Above her it says "Fan/Girl" and the "Fan" bit is in font like a football magazine and the "Girl" bit is in a font like a girls magazine from the 90s. On the right hand side of the page below this is the following text: "It's 1998. Geri Halliwell is leaving the Spice Girls and David Beckham is wearing a sarong. Somewhere in England a ten year old girl is pretending to be Cantona." This half of the page is pink and the text is black on a white background. At the bottom is the Arts Council England logo and it says "Supported using public funding by Arts Council England." The left hand side of the page is yellow and below "Fan/Girl" it says "Bryony Byrne" in black on a pink background. Below that are four hand-drawn stars and the words "The Telegraph". Then there's a pink heart and on top of that it says: "Directed by Ben Target". At the bottom of this side of the page is a white cloud and it has the show information inside. "7pm, Thurs 17th + Fri 18th November, Rosemary Branch Theatre".
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2, Shepperton Road, N1 3DT
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