Kate-Lois Elliott: How to Belong Without Joining A Cult
British Writers’ Guild Award nominee Kate-Lois Elliott tells stories that are self-deprecating and (according to a drunk man at the Fringe) unexpectedly profound.
After multiple sell-out shows across the UK, Elliott brings you a preview of her debut hour.
Kate's family were brought up in a secretive Christian cult. In a completely unrelated set of events, one generation later, Kate never felt like she fit in anywhere: school, her home village, the local All Bar One... Now, she’s confronting her aversion to friendship cliques, trying to draw some sort of wisdom from the past (like... the olden days), and discovering that she no longer gives a damn what anyone else thinks (sort of).
This is a show about enemies, frenemies and how everyone just wants to fit in without joining a cult (specifically not like Kate's grandma did).
ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
British Writers' Guild Award Nominee 2022, British Comedy Guide Talent Awards for Performance Finalist 2022, Funny Women Nominee Content Creator Award 2021, Brighton Fringe staff Bursary Winner 2023, West End New Comedian of the Year Finalist 2023, Merky Books New Writers Prize Longlist 2021, Komedia New Comedy Award Semi-Finalist 2024
PRESS & REVIEWS
CAST & CREATIVE CREDITS:
Writer/Performer - KATE-LOIS ELLIOTT
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.