Natters of life & Death comes to the Norwich Fringe Festival

And the award for the longest and least original blogpost title goes to…

Honestly. You wouldn’t think I’d ever been a copywriter, would you πŸ™„.

Anywayyyyy, I’m beyond excited to announce that my one-woman show, Natters of Life & Death, is going to be at the Norwich Fringe Festival on 19th March at 6.10pm and because this is a virtual event, you can watch it from the comfort of your own home, in your pjs and everything!

Natters of Life & Death introduces Davina Tate, who tries to get her family around the table for a meal before her eldest son leaves home for University. Davina hates cooking but loves eating and lovvvvveeessss talking and will chew the ear off anyone, alive or dead, who will listen.

Natters of Life & Death is dedicated to all the Geordie mams I’ve known and loved (especially mineπŸ₯°) and I’d love it if you would tune in to watch. Tickets are available from the Norwich Fringe website. You buy a day pass and it’s pay what you can, so this really is a festival for everyone.

So come on, get your ticket, grab and drink and let’s have a natter.

Film created by director Paul Andrew Goldsmith at RealVision Studios, Melton, Suffolk

Special thanks to director Paul Andrew Goldsmith for his expertise, guidance and kindness.

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