Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous

cabaret & variety · alfie ordinary · Ages 6+ · United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

family friendly one person show
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REBECCA WALACH certified reviewer June 17, 2017
tagged as: comedy · singing · puppetry · Fabulous! · drag · sequins
I absolutely loved this show! A truly fabulous experience filled with sequins and gold star regalia. A lighthearted feel good time. ... full review
SPENCER FRANKEBERGER certified reviewer June 19, 2017
Fabulous, funny, and fantastic, Alfie is an eccentric person with an even more eccentric world view, but that doesn't stop this show from being relatable and downright hysterical. He is such a pleasure to watch that you can't help but root for him, no matter what.... full review
DAVID LEBARRON certified reviewer June 23, 2017
What a lovely show! Funny, sweet, endearing.. Alfie is a comic genius who pulls us into a sweet song and dance fantasy about a world where we, the fabulous, are praised for being....well, fabulous! ... full review
ASHLEY STEED stage raw and la bitter lemons certified reviewer June 26, 2017
Imagine growing up a child of a Drag Queen, making you a Drag Prince. Your life is fabulous and filled with sequins, sparkling shoes and show tunes. Meet Alfie Ordinary, who’s from this wonderful world and regales us stories of his youth at Madam LeCoq’s Preparatory School For Fabulous Boys. His friend, Jon, however doesn’t come from such a fabulous family. His home is filled with blame, guilt, feeling wrong, and shame. Hence, Alfie tries to cheer up his mate everyday on the bus through song. It’s a delightful premise brought to charming and hilarious reality by Alfie whose sequined costumes, selection of pop songs and delightful puppets create a rich and fab world. Alfie manages to make the familiar songs sound brand new and infused wi... full review
SOFIE KHAN certified reviewer June 27, 2017
tagged as: Fabulous!
This is a show that I knew was going to be GREAT just from looking at the flyer and not having met Alfie - it was everything I expected and more! Hope to cross paths again Alfie you are FABULOUS!... full review
ERNEST KEARNEY certified reviewer June 28, 2017
A PLATINUM MEDAL Diminutive in all but talent, Alfie Ordinary is a sequined toe-head who is more engaging than a litter of new born baby kittens. In Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous, Alfie explains to the audience he is the son of a drag queen, which he surmises makes him a “drag prince”, and then proceeds to entertain with song, wit and more than a little wisdom. We hear the story of his time spent at Madame LeCoq’s Preparatory School For Fabulous Boys, a rather flamboyant version of Tom Brown’s School Days. With introspective renderings of standards by The Village People and Shirley Bassey, with pop idol puppetry and soccer and with great heart Alfie provides insights with gentleness, compassion and a brevity that shines with unpret... full review