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Anna Morris: Would Like To Thank.. at Komedia

Anna Morris’ hit 2014 Edinburgh Fringe show returns to Brighton. This unique and interactive show takes place at a chaotic Woman of the Year Awards. Your host is the brilliant comic creation, Georgina, from the viral web series, Georgina’s Wedding Blogs that has over 100,000 YouTube hits.

Confessional, and packed with macabre twists, tension, jeopardy and fearless interaction, four diverse contestants – each vividly brought to life by Anna – battle it out for the prize. There’s a ‘Mumtrepeneur’ striving to have it all, a singleton activist from ‘The Bitchelors’ campaign group, a domestic goddess with a dark secret, and an inappropriately glamourous war correspondent. Anna has written four explosive endings, one for each winner, so each show is unique and is totally dependent on the audience vote!

A multi-talented comedian, writer and actress, Morris has written for The Paul O’Grady Show, Oops TV with Justin Lee Collins, One Minute Wonders with Dave Schneider, Man Stroke Woman and Newsrevue, as well as writing her own Fringe hits Daylords and Daylords Return with Beth Vyse, and her debut solo show Dolly Mixture, all of which had sell-out runs in London, Brighton and Glasgow. She also appeared in the Jermyn Street Theatre run of the hit comedy play Death Ship 666

Morris’ TV credits include playing opposite Hugh Dennis in BBC1’s Outnumbered and working with Graham Linehan on his sitcom Count Arthur Strong. The TV breakthrough came on ITV2’s Bad Bridesmaids, her improvised lines and hilarious self-penned wedding song encouraging bosses to give her two episodes.
A multi-talented comedian, brilliant writer and versatile actress, Morris has written for The Paul O’Grady Show, Oops TV with Justin Lee Collins, One Minute Wonders with Dave Schneider, Man Stroke Woman and Newsrevue, as well as writing her own Fringe hits Daylords and Daylords Return with Beth Vyse, and her debut solo show Dolly Mixture, all of which had sell-out runs in London, Brighton and Glasgow. She also appeared in the Jermyn Street Theatre run of the hit comedy play Death Ship 666

Morris’ TV credits include playing opposite Hugh Dennis in BBC1’s Outnumbered and working with Graham Linehan on his sitcom Count Arthur Strong. The TV breakthrough came on ITV2’s Bad Bridesmaids, her improvised lines and hilarious self-penned wedding song encouraging bosses to give her two episodes.

Anna Morris: Would Like To Thank… comes to Brighton’s Komedia on Sat 18 April, 2015

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Photo by Idil Sukan Photography

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