Hannah Clapham  |  6 posts

Soggy socks

August 16, 2011

We’ve been busy with our sonic blogging – Jack Howson’s Dumbshow Podcasts are, as I’m sure you know already, being uploaded to this little site every four days of the Edinburgh Festival. This week we were rather excited by the Ontroerend Goed Special, if you haven’t had a listen yet then what on earth are you […]


July 26, 2011

We have taken over London town. We wear big fake lashes. We cover ourselves in shimmering, glittering sequins. Wigs are big. Heels are high. So watch out, because we might be in your town next. The Roar ‘Bacchants’ are fearless, they take the tube, they dance on street corners. They like Tranny Shack at Madame […]

Doing the school run…

July 19, 2011

by Dumbshow-er and Educator, Sam Brassington. Tickets for Oedipus: a Love Story are on sale now. So our first two public performances of Oedipus: a Love Story have been shared with two lovely school audiences in Warwick and Bristol. The trouble is, following my performance of the sphinx, I may have ruined my career as […]

Kingston hears our ROAR

July 18, 2011

We want to send out a huge thank you to everyone who came along to see our Edinburgh previews for Fringe show Roar at the Rose Theatre in Kingston. We’ve got some amazing photos up on our Facebook and Flickr accounts now – those raucous woman, rampant judges and riotous rebels are looking pretty bloody […]

Holby has a new star…

July 18, 2011

We are super excited about Holby City right now, mainly because our very own Dumbshow-er Fiona Hampton will be appearing as Dr. Lulu Hutchinson from July 26th on the prime time drama and will be appearing for eight episodes. Of course, Fiona fans will be able to catch her starring as the riotous Moll Cutpurse in […]

The Blog is Back!

June 5, 2011

Spring 2011 is well underway and already it’s been a busy year for Dumbshow. Our productivity levels have been soaring and so to celebrate, we’ve resurrected the blog! Indeed, the creative juices have been flowing and we have two brand new shows in the making… Roar is a lusty tale of 17th century London – […]