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What Would Beyonce Do?!: Luisa Omielan
Due to a sell-out run, extra dates have been added to Luisa Omielan's acclaimed show 'What Would Beyoncé Do?!' at the Soho Theatre in February, which will also include a show for ALL THE SINGLE LADIES on Valentines night.
The show sees Luisa, who once speed-dated in a wedding dress and has fallen in love with every Mr Unavailable she has come across and like Beyoncé, her mum still styles her clothes, take you through her journey. Being 30 and finding herself breaking up poo in the toilet with a stick because her little brother blocked it, she's starting to wonder: "Does this ever happen to Beyoncé?!" If she couldn't dance or sing, but was still a diva, when life gave her lemons…What would Beyonce Do?!
This hugely successful intense hour comes from Omielan’s strong writing, projected by her booming personality. It’s hot, funny and fierce, overflowing with playfulness and infectious enthusiasm.
Her stand-up is never far away from her bursting into song and dance so you leave this show beaming, feeling empowered and ready to take on life. Come and watch it, because who runs the world? Girls.
Hugely popular Omielan performed her show at the Edinburgh Free Fringe 2012, and did a weekly residency at the Comedy Café, Shoreditch where she had to turn away up to 50 people a night.
Luisa said, 'For all you single ladies out there, I guarantee my Valentine’s show will leave you feeling empowered, happy and ready to celebrate your bootylicious self!'
Luisa Omielan is a diva in training. She's got the sass, she's got the earrings, now she's ready for the lifestyle!
Her debut one-woman show "What Would Beyonce Do?" earned five star reviews and was named "one of the top UK comedy shows of the last decade" by the Guardian. WWBD started off on the Edinburgh Fringe and went on to to become one of the most successful stand-up shows to come out of Edinburgh with sell-out performances all over the world.
Luisa's follow-up show, ‘Am I Right Ladies?!’ continued her success, with sell-out runs across the country.
'Omielan could find the humour in a brown paper bag' (Vogue)
'Fresh, frank and fearless – a gutsy new star is born' (The Daily Telegraph)
'Watching a raw, natural talent doing something surprising and clever and hugely enjoyable, and knowing that you've just witnessed a star being born' (Skinny)
'Omielan’s energy is infectious... a star in her own right' (Three Weeks)
'An intense, funny and manic hour of soul-baring comedy... You'll have the time of your life and you'll owe it all to her' (Chortle).
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