Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2001
Rosie Mozzle Productions return with eccentric improv, cabaret, obscene theatre, an Egyptian magician plus more, condensed into a fruity two -women satire of the Edinburgh Fringe
This sketch show about the trials and tribulations of women in various everyday situations was nothing more than a collection of obvious gags based around uninspiring material.
The two performers - Footlights member Pippa Van Welie and pre-drama school student Christine Morris - failed to energise from the outset.
Interminable costume changes also derailed the pace, though we were 'treated' to a voiced-over slide show of the duo in colourful wigs during those gaps. My, how they flew by.
Fortunately for the performers, the audience was as forgiving as possible - and sat in a frosty silence.