2 Shepperton Road, N1 3DT London
★ WINNER Brighton & Adelaide Fringe Awards 2018 ★
★ NOMINEE Best Newcomer & Golden Gibbo, MICF 2018 ★
Disgraced actor Garry Starr defies his critics by performing every genre of theatre known to man, thus saving the performing arts from inevitable extinction.
Starr tears through artistic genres with little regard for personal safety and even less regard for art.
Directed by Cal McCrystal
(Mighty Boosh, The Dictator, Paddington 1&2)
★★★★ “Damien Warren-Smith’s alter ego delivers a drama masterclass, leading us from clownish chaos to feats of comic genius” – The Guardian
★★★★ “[An] uproariously funny hour” – The Scotsman
★★★★★ “Garry Starr is one of the most perfectly pitched comedy characters you’ll see at the Fringe this year.“ – Broadway Baby
★★★★★ “Garry Starr is electric and elastic, commanding the room with a relaxed intensity throughout a set that is carefully crafted and perfectly executed.” – Brighton and Hove News
★★★★★ “An anarchic play-date with a six-foot-two toddler with a mop of fuzzy hair, no inhibitions and far too much raspberry cordial on board. It’s an exhilarating feeling.” – GLAM Adelaide
★★★★★ “A master of clowning and comedy. Hilarious, naughty, clever and incredibly well put together.” – The Upside News
★★★★ “Highly intelligent and fiercely honest” – Voice Mag