The Fabulist Fox Sister

Price (At The Venue)
75 Minutes
  • Show Description
  • THE FABULIST FOX SISTER is coming home to the Coqs.

    After it proved a ‘sure fire hysterical success’ off-Broadway, its back where it started.

    Don’t muss Michael Conley’s ‘staggering performance’ (The Spy in the Stalls) in this ‘bewitchingly hilarious play’ (Younger Theatre) that’s a ‘superb entr’acte of history and comedy’ (The Reviews Hub) which the critics called ‘bloody brilliant’ (The Family Stage), ‘eccentric and beguiling’ (iNews), ‘brash and sardonic’ (The Stage), ‘simply fabulous’ (QueerGuru) and an ‘absolute delight’ (Front Row Center NYC).

    New York, 1892: Kate Fox, the woman who inadvertently invented séances is holding her last one. Loosely inspired by the loosely true story of Kate Fox, The Fabulist Fox Sister is a silly, scathing and sardonic one-person musical inspired by our own era of approximate truth.

    The Spectator said that ‘Netflix should turn this into a series’ but a return to the Crazy Coqs  sounds like a lot more fun.

    Music by Luke Bateman and book and lyrics by Michael Conley and produced by Alfred Taylor-Gaunt


    ‘‘This off- beat, off-Broadway musical satire is a sure fire hysterical success,” – THE REUBENS REPORT NYC
    ‘Simply fabulous!’ – QUEERGURU
    ‘Comic brilliance’ – PLAYS TO SEE
    ‘A superb entr’acte of history and comedy’ – THE REVIEWS HUB
    ‘Bombastic and entertaining’ – LONDONTHEATRE1
    ‘Bloody brilliant’ – THE FAMILY STAGE
    ‘Netflix should turn this into a series’ – THE SPECTATOR

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