Silly Little Things
★★★★½ “Brilliant from start to finish” Theatre Matters.
Rosie's flower shop is failing, her mum won’t stop calling, and her best friendship is blowing up before her very eyes. Throw in mullet boys, a hellish neighbour, and Tom Cruise, and you’ve got one hilarious hour of storytelling from your most charming, albeit dysfunctional, friend.
If you've splurged all your cash on tequila, turned to Hinge for a hug, or struggled to mend a crumbling friendship, this show will touch your heart, make you laugh, and remind you of the beauty in life's ups and downs.
Returned from her triumphant 4-star international debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, this vibrant and heart-warming one-woman show is written and performed by Laura Knaggs, and co-produced with Amie Kendall.
Acknowledgment and thanks to the team that brought the original production to life; Emily O’Brien-Brown for dramaturgy, and Sharnema Nougar for development support.
Reviews & Fringefeed Reacts
Brilliant from start to finish, showcasing a range of emotion and depth that carries the play on a swift wave - Kris Weber, Theatre Matters
It is mesmerising and she was mighty - Alex First, The Blurb
If you want an hour of fun, laughter, insight, poignancy, and empathic attunement to your current (or younger self) don’t miss this fabulous - Meredith Fuller, TAGG
A very good play that jumps from each location before cleverly coming together at the end - One4Review
The charming Laura Knagg delivers a tightly scripted narrative with an impressive range of acting skills, and great sense of comedy. - Michael Coghlan, The Clothesline