Going Solo presents the best of Solo Acts

We are familiar with that one person who can handle the entire stage alone. Singing, acting and dancing, he makes it the ideal one-man-show. His versatility ranges from a single theme to the widest range of acting skills. The magic keeps the entire audience engaged. The one-man show is usually based on a continued storyline. People often say that every solo performer is a storyteller. Going Solo brings you the best of solo performances this October, from the best solo artists. These plays have been staged at acclaimed theatre academies. After staging Pip Utton and Jailoshini Naidoo last year, Going Solo is back with 3 plays lined up exclusively for theatre lovers.
 
Shylock is a captivating hour-long comedy. Based on the character Shylock, who will put you in a dilemma deciding whether he is the victim or the villain. This play is an intelligent insight into Jewish stereotypes and Shylock’s issues. Being one of the only two Jews in the whole of Shakespeare, he sees all Jews either as comic villains or victim of racial discrimination. 
Guy Masterson delivers an exceptional performance. For which he was also nominated for the ‘Shylock for The Stage, Best Solo Performance Award’ in 2011
 
Going Solo Presents If These Spasms Could Speak
This play is thrilling, compelling and complex. If These Spasms Could Speak reveals the thoughts of a disabled person and his life. It showcases how he deals with life, growing up, and the reactions of people towards him. Robert Softley shows how difficult it is to fit in, considering the fact, that we are judged by others on the way we look. He reveals a string of stories which every disabled person carries and deals with.
If These Spasms Could Speak was first runner-up in the ‘Scottish Arts Club/Edinburgh Guide Award for Scottish Theatre’ in 2013.
 
Going Solo Presents Don’t Wake Me
Based on true events, Don’t Wake Me is a passionate yet heart-breaking ballad. It shows the life of a mother and her tireless battles for her disabled son who exudes charm and  wicked humor. How Jaye Griffiths overcomes and wins against all odds of the society is heart-warming. This beautiful mother-son relationship is unlike anything you have seen before.
Jaye Griffiths was nominated by Edinburgh Festival Fringe Stage Awards for ‘Acting Excellence by Best Solo Performer’ in 2013.
 
Watch the best of solo performances this October. Hold on to your seats. You know where to book your tickets from.

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