Nina Conti – In Your Face

“Over the course of an hour, Conti shows that she is able to keep an audience engaged and in stitches both with her puppet [the cynical monkey, known as Monk] and the masks that she gets audience members to wear” (A Younger Theatre). Indeed, audience participation features heavily as Conti creates human puppets of her guileless volunteers, so “unless you enjoy being ridiculed by a skilled comedian in front of a large audience, do not sit in the front row”, warns British Theatre Guide. “When she’s masterminding mayhem, the show’s a joy,” says Chortle.

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Nina Conti – In Your Face

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