Nominated for the Audience Choice Award and chosen as a top pick by 'Fringe Review' and 'Brighton & Hove Independent' at Brighton Fringe 2018. Swapping broadband for broadbeans in this 'charming' and 'mesmerising' hour, Stone reclaims words on the brink of extinction and makes some alarming discoveries. Lose yourself in the long grass of language. 'A touching show' 'multi talented' 'laugh out loud moments' 'unafraid of controversy in the service of comedy' 'beautifully observed' 'comedy with a message' 4**** Stars, Fringe Guru, Brighton Fringe 2018 'Impressive, beautiful' ONCA.General praise for Stone: 'Darkly wonderful' (Time Out) 'A dry kinda Fleabag' (The Stand), 'Intelligent yet wonderfully silly', ( Montreal Gazette) 'Well crafted jokes touched with poignancy' (Fringe Review).The Attic, Counting House 1.05pm 25th and 26th August
Stone is a multi-talented performer. She is engaging and confident in her stand-up; at home in a packed-out but intimate space, she builds instant connections with her audience. The overall tone is of Radio 4 gone ever-so-slightly rogue.Slipskin has its laugh-aloud moments, but it's also a gentle meditation, an appeal to remember the important things in life. It's an impressive hour from Stone – and a well-thought-through, subtle, salient example of comedy with a message. Click Here
May 15, 2018Brighton and Hove Independent
Brighton Independent news - Sami Stone ponders nature and language...