Winner of the 2017 Best Comedy award at United Solo Festival, New York, The Very Perry Show is a happy hour of funny monologues inspired by people Perry has ‘collected’: An Amish woman with Shoofly Pie envy, an unhinged documentary maker, a pigeon fancier, a celebrity obsessed pensioner, a short-sighted butcher and a six year old ‘entertaining’ a captive audience on a long distance flight. Perry’s hilarious sketches have enthralled audiences in London, Dublin, Edinburgh, San Francisco and New York.
Kate is originally from Dungannon, Co. Tyrone and now lives in London. While living in San Francisco in the early 1990’s Perry developed her one-woman shows No Mate For The Magpie, My Name is Kate Perry and I’ve Been Drinking, touring them in the US and Ireland. She returned to Ireland to study for a Masters degree (with distinction) in Creative Writing at Trinity College, Dublin while she continued to perform on the stage and write for RTÉ, Woman’s Hour and BBC Radio 4. Actor Conleth Hill (double Olivier Award winner, Game of Thrones), Tamsin Greig (Episodes) and Doreen Keogh (The Royle Family) are just a few of the actors who have performed her work.
'Perry is a major talent and she brings her skills in full force in this hilarious and sometimes bitter-sweet hour.'
★★★★ Edinburgh Festival Magazine
'Each monologue was funnier than the last.'
★★★★ Comedy Coroner, Edinburgh Festival
'Refreshing, unpredictable, an absolute pleasure to see'
‘Neat miniatures all, precisely and wittily delineated’
The Irish Times
‘Kate Perry is a very funny woman, high class sketches laced with compassion and wit’
Presented by: Hint of Lime Productions
Written & performed by: Kate Perry
Directed by: Jeremy Stockwell
Produced by: Jacqui Garbett
The Very Perry Show
Thur 21 May @ 7:30pm
Fri 22 May @ 7:30pm
Sat 30 May @ 7:30pm
Sun 31 May @ 4:30pm
60 min, no interval
Standard £12/ Conc £9
Standard Full Price applies to all Adults aged 16 and over.
Concessions Price applies to Children under 16, Over 65s and On Benefits only (proof of eligibility will be required).