“Audiences will need to buckle up for a wild ride!”
WHO: Joanne Marsh (JoJo Bellini), Performer/Writer
WHAT: “A hilariously naughty cabaret about car accidents, kink and cucumbers. Take a look into the life of cabaret queen JoJo Bellini. Who is this woman? Where has she come from? How did she recover from such a crippling car accident? Why is she touching me? Why isn’t she touching me? Is this love? Yes. Yes it is. Sit back and indulge in the unbridled naughtiness, clowning and comedy that is JoJo Bellini.”
WHERE: The Stand Comedy Club 2 (Venue 5)
WHEN: 22:05 (60 min)
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Is this your first time to Edinburgh?
This is my second time doing a full Fringe run with a solo show. Last year was such a blast I just had to come back with another saucy show to get audiences motors running.
Tell us about your show.
Audiences will need to buckle up for a wild ride! It is my personal story of how I found fun, kink and sequins after a horrific car accident. It has been directed by Sameena Zhera and is filled with songs, clowning and salacious dance moves.
What should your audience see at the festivals after they’ve seen your show?
Rosalind Blessed’s play The Delights of Dogs and The Problems of People, the clowns Zach & Viggo, but most definitely John Robertson’s Dominant.
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