Bron Batten’s one woman show Waterloo explores what happens when a green voting, almost vegan theatre practitioner falls in love with a Tory voting, high ranked English soldier. How can Bron reconcile the relationship with her own beliefs and values?
A vibrant, pacy production with lots of surprises, Waterloo combines vulnerability, raw honesty and philosophical debate with explosions, group singing and audience participation, in a show that will have you both belly laughing and questioning your own beliefs. A warm, loveable but unpredictable performer, Bron embraces the audience and takes them on a journey with a tender love story, balloons, wine and paint-ball.
Probably the best use of props in Fringe World, Waterloo is not for the faint-hearted, and comes with a lot of trigger warnings - perhaps the most important being that you shouldn’t see this if you don’t like loud noises.
Fun, fresh, fantastic and totally Fringe, this very clever show will touch your heart.