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CHEEKYKITA-SOMEWHERE IN THE ETHER..

Cheekykita

Comedy

Venue:The Counting House, 38 West Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9DD
Phone: 0131 667 7533
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Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: The Loft
AUG 3-13, 15-27 at 14:45 (60 min)
 
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'Cheekykita's dream,what's inside?Take a trip into the ether,a surreal unusual fairytale adventure with characters,songs and dancing! this character comedian has been compared to The Mighty Boosh & Spike Milligan'Like Alice in Wonderland on Adderall, Cheekykita is curious,shambolic and kind of magical '(The List)

★★★★★ Outstanding show 'This act could – and should – be playing, and selling-out, big venues. I can’t wait to see her perform again. It is the silliest, maddest, funniest hour I have ever spent and it is fantastic' Edfringe Review

'like the Mighty Boosh on crack'(Broadway Baby)★★★★

★★★★★ -'its is one of those shows that I would describe as a work of genius without being able to pin down exactly why' (Lyne Parker,funny women)


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August 12, 2017  The Scotsman
Review
Fancy a proper, full on crazy, no idea why but I will wave my glowstick in time to Abba anyway because this all seems like fun experience?
Then come and let Cheekykita take you on a weird but wonderful quest you will never forget.

The first thing you might notice is that, if you close your eyes, you would swear Johnny Vegas was in the room. Open them and it looks like someone has emptied a skip of weird props into a room and Cheekykita is making a story out of them. I say story, I mean she does strange and occasionally pointless things with them for a bit and then throws them away. Floating trolls and oven gloves, cuddly toys and a magnifying glass lead to animal impressions, a lizard ballet and some unexpected fisting. She would probably skip that if there were kids in. Along the way we meet Trollem, have a singsong and an animal disco.

It is incomprehensible from start to finish but great fun and exactly the kind of thing you should be doing at the Fringe. Spoiler alert: it all turns out to be a dream!

Until 27 August. Tomorrow 2:45pm.

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