Tinderella and The Seven Deadly Sins heads to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Name: Rosanna Smith
Name of Edinburgh show: Tinderella and The Seven Deadly Sins
Venue: The Spacetriplex studio
Performance time: 40 minutes
Show length: 6 shows
Ticket price: £9/£7

Can you tell me a little bit about yourself and your performing background?
I have been acting since I was four years old and always been interested in devising and writing. I decided last year to make my vision a reality and write a comedic one woman play about online dating which I took to venue in Bristol in february and have now re-written to perform at the fringe.

Tell me about your show, what it is all about?
Tinderella and The Seven Deadly Sins is a one woman comedy depicting the darker side to dating in a lighthearted manner.

How long have you been working on this show and what is it that makes it relevant to audiences in 2018?
I have been working on the show just under two years. Online dating is a trend at the moment and something which I feel is actually quite detrimental to some people’s mental health and self-esteem. I wanted to create something relatable and address these issues in a comedic manner.

Do you have any top tips for surviving the Edinburgh Fringe Festival – both for performers and visitors to the event?
Embrace it! Make the most out of every moment because its fast-paced.

What has been the funniest or most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to you on stage?
I forgot to put on a pair of shorts in time during a quick change so had to do an entire scene in spanx.

Who are your biggest inspirations in the industry and why?
Julie walters for her comedic skills and energy.

Do you have any pre-show rituals?
Try and breathe!

What other acts are you looking forward to seeing at Edinburgh Fringe?
Everyone and everything – I never plan who I will go and watch I like to lucky dip.

Why do you think people should come and see your show over the thousands of others on at the fringe?
Its relatable and will help you to laugh and giggle at the misfortunes of online dating. Also who doesn’t love 80’s music?


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