This show was a brilliant blend of absurdist comedy, observational wit and well-executed parody. Despite Zoe performing ‘Trigger Warning’ for over a year, it still felt relevant. Zoe, both in and out of her alter ego ‘Dave’, found the balance between the show’s ‘silly’ and more meaningful elements.
Zoe perfectly plays with her audience and appears to know exactly how she wants the crowd to feel and when to feel it. She brought intensity as well as finesse to ‘Dave’ and also included some surprises along the way.
‘Trigger Warning’ was one of the most memorable MICF shows I have ever seen, for it’s hilarity, unpredictability and poignancy.
If you missed it in 2016 and the 2017 run isn’t already sold out, recommend you check out Zoe Coombs Marr in ‘Trigger Warning’ from 18 to 23 April 2017. For more information and to book tickets, click here!