This was Jayde’s ‘debut’ show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (the largest arts festival in the world where she was nominated for the coveted Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer Award and nominated for Best Newcomer at the 2017 Chortle Awards.
She performed this show in a free fringe venue, with a maximum capacity of 60 people.
She later transferred this show to the West End.
“I was probably about seven years old when I first went on a stage in front of people. Disco dancing in a skin-tight sequined Lycra onesie with my sister. She was a good dancer. I wasn’t. I didn’t have any confidence. A lot has changed. This is my own show about the last 31 years. You won’t know who I am yet but you’ll definitely recognise that over-exuberant child at the birthday party who nobody knows what to do with. “
★★★★★ TV Bomb
★★★★ Voice Magazine
Run Time: 70mins
Produced by King Bert Productions
Performances at the Voodoo Rooms: Edinburgh 2016, Soho Theatre: London 2016, Wells Comedy Festival 2016 and HighTide Theatre.
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Jayde collaborated with photographer to the stars, Stephanie Sian Smith on several iconic images for her 2016 show.