Lucy Porter: Me Time

Fringe favourite Lucy Porter gives us a “witty, thoughtful show delivered with winning ease and bucket loads of charm” (The List) as she tries to find her rightful place in history. Would she rather be a bewhiskered Victorian explorer, a 1920s Hollywood starlet to Hatshepsut, the Egyptian pharaoh? Porter is “genuinely delightful”, says The Telegraph, while The Independent describe her as “deliciously cutting”.  

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