Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2011
Paul Vickers, of Dawn of the Replicants fame, performs a living spectacle of stories, songs and experiments. A not-for-kids, kids show featuring a talking loaf of bread. We find Twonkey in her new hilltop home after navigating a windy mountain pass in a hot air balloon. Twonkey has outgrown her cottage, which is haunted by the ghost of silent movie actress Lillian Gish.
Phil & Angie - 20/08/2011
This is the 2nd year running that Paul Vickers has made me cry laughing,almost uncontrollably.He tells his stories as if it's all completely normal and when you look around at the rest of the audience you can watch the realisation that they're looking into the mind of a mad man.Some people just don't get it or are not willing to.But for those that embrace this childish genius,pure joy awaits.He taps into the kind of uncontrollable laughter you can have as a child. When he bursts into song you can see that he knows how ridiculous it is and how much he is enjoying himself."Hot Beryl" is a classic which is firmly wedged in my brain.I really can't wait for next years installment in the Twonkey saga.