Cameron Sinclair Harris: Planets! (Work in Progress)



#FindYour Funny, Weird, Story

Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune. There are eight planets in the solar system. Cameron Sinclair Harris (performer, comedian, non-binary deviant) knows all of them, personally. They want you to meet them. Travel across the depths of space and get to know a menagerie of cosmic weirdos. You will meet a vaudeville impresario, a yummy robo-mummy, an ethereal sea-sprite, and exactly five others. It’s an hour of unhinged silliness that will leave you stargazing forever more.

The debut show from Cameron Sinclair Harris, a queer, transfeminine, working-class performer from Nottingham, gone rogue in South London. PLANETS!!! is a show that celebrates the creative process, an embrace of all things subversive and whimsical, and a love letter to the potential of outer-space.

Reviews


A unique viewpoint, good stage presence, a touch of surrealism and a bit of panache

- Notts Comedy Review

I’m not saying that trans people are inherently the funniest people, but Cameron is certainly good evidence to support that theory.

- Blizzard Comedy

Occasionally funny.

- The Reviews Hub

Company: Cameron Sinclair Harris

Genre: Comedy

Duration: 60 mins


Venues: Rotunda Theatre Brighton: Squeak


Venue Accessibility:

Assistance Dogs Welcome Assistance Dogs Welcome

Wheelchair Accessible Wheelchair Accessible


Age suitability:
16+ (Restriction)


Babes in Arms policy:
Under 2's are not allowed at this event.


Content Warnings:

 Audience Interaction Audience Interaction

 Strong Language Strong Language

 Contains Haze/Smoke Effects Contains Haze/Smoke Effects

 Strobe Lights in Use Strobe Lights in Use

 Loud Noises Loud Noises

 References to Mental Illness References to Mental Illness

 References to Suicide/Self Harm References to Suicide/Self Harm


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