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Outside Voice


I Can't Drive (or: I watched every Fast & Furious movie so you don't have to) (work in progress)

27 Feb 2024



The Spacement at The Glitch

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I Can't Drive (or: I watched every Fast & Furious movie so you don't have to) (work in progress)

A comedy/storytelling/powerpoint hybrid one woman show about cynicism, joy and deciding who and what is “good enough.” That's a show marketing-speak way of saying: Jodie's got a lot of opinions on car films for a bitch who can't drive.

This is a show/experiment about how Jodie is a judgemental, bitter little worm. It's probably the cause of many things, the least important of which being that she's never seen a single second of a single movie from the Fast & Furious franchise. UNTIL NOW.

A work-in-progress of the debut comedy hour from playwright and theatre award-winner Jodie Irvine.

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Tuesday, 27 February 2024

The Spacement at The Glitch

The Spacement at The Glitch

The Spacement at The Glitch


Access features:

No Step-free Access

Age guidance:


Running time:

45 minutes

Festival strand:


Funny, Offbeat, Feel Good


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Outside Voice

Jodie Irvine is a writer, performer and theatre maker from the south coast, based in London. Her debut play, one woman show GOBBY, won the Best Theatre weekly award at Adelaide Fringe 2020, after an ACE-backed national tour and sellout shows with Underbelly Edinburgh, Pleasance London and VAULT Festival. Other writing credits include Sprint (Birmingham REP and Sky Studios), plus screen development projects with UKTV, Big Talk and Dancing Ledge, and she is a BAFTA Connect member. Outside Voice, the moniker under which Jodie develops projects for stage, specialises in work that is LOUD. Their neurodivergent-led gig theatre project DROP IT has received support from ACE, The Lowry and The Lighthouse and is set to premiere next year. Jodie has also trained in improv and comedy writing with leading institutions including iO Chicago, The Second City, UCB Los Angeles and Soho Theatre's Young Company, and can be seen performing regularly in London with groups Trophy Room, Improbotics and Film Club.

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Praise for previous work:
★★★★★ “Unforgettable” (Broadway Baby)
★★★★★ “You should definitely see this show” (South Australian Style)
★★★★.5 “Captivating” (The Advertiser)
★★★★ “Her writing is excellent” (The Stage)
★★★★ “Excellent comic timing” (The Upcoming)
★★★★ “Infinitely-relatable” (Fest)
★★★★ "her comedy timing is perfection and she is never less than captivating." (North West End)
WINNER Best Theatre weekly Adelaide Fringe 2020


Writer/Performer: JODIE IRVINE

A Pinch of VAULT is a festival of brand new and work-in-progress performance. Shows will be at varying stages of development, including rehearsed readings with script in hand, first time on its feet or semi-staged.


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