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Since our two-week run at the Fringe last year, we’ve been working hard to make this years show even bigger and better; writing new songs, trialing set lists and getting those harmonies tight. We’ve been buzzing to bring our reworked show to the Pleasance, Queen Dome!
Whilst we’d like to think this is all of our own doing, we got a lot of help from our friends and family; Katy, Issy, Charlotte and Arabella would like to say a huge thank you to:
Daniel Quirke for designing and creating our Divadom Set. Not only is he a fabulous set-designer, Dan also writes, performs and paints birds (the avian variety). Check out his world at @daniel.a.quirke
Christian Andrews for his choreography (and patience). Christian is currently performing in the hugely successful, Operation Mincemeat on the West End!
Adam Bridges for letting us use his monitors and helping out with some recording. Adam runs a recording studio in SE London, check him out for vocal reels!
Oliver Downton for technical support, and also being technically supportive.
Graphic design from Perril Design and Laura Whitehouse.
All the amazing people at Gag Reflex; Lee, Bethan, Georgi, Tori, Ellen & Nicole and our flyering team!
Special mentions for Leah Baker, Jane Wroe Wright, and Georgie Hillman.
Our partners, friends and family for being brilliant!
And last but (of course) not least, Jimmy-3-nips, the local flasher, for inspiration
Flat & the Curves was brought to you in partnership with Lee Martin for Gag Reflex.