Daphna Baram: Sugarcoating
19:00 @ Sweet Novotel: 3 (Venue 188) Aug 2-7, 9-14, 16-21, 23-25th
Bunbury Rating – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Sugarcoating is not what you’d expect at all. Daphna Baram is charismatic, welcoming and brings a relaxed performance to the stage.
There is raw passion beating just under the skin of the material which is subtle & delicate in parts and very honest in others all tied together with absolute hilarity.
This is an important show to see. It is packed with positive body image, messages mixed with cautionary tales, based on actual experiences and I guarantee this will leave you feeling good in yourself.
As a show it is conversational in tone and told with Baram’s overt but gentle material.
It is slow burning with superb structure. In hot, it is everything you want from a comedy show and more, with biting satirical humour and fantastic observational comedy.
Daphna Baram also speaks about charity work she is involved with in one part of the performance which is also magnificently funny.
The charity work revolves around and organisation where volunteers can go and help communities build homes, help with the harvest and learn about the region. You can also buy bricks to build houses for £1 a pop. Yes, you rad that correctly.
For more details visit http://www.icahd.org
If you do one thing while you’re at the fringe, go and see this show. It is on my list of vital performances to see. It’s worth far more than the entry fee and you’ll be so happy you went.
You can buy tickets here
Go and enjoy all that Daphna Baram has to offer her audience.