'Good Girls Gone Bad' by Tamar Broadbent.
from Almost Epic (London Preview), Camden Head, July 2013.
Tamar Broadbent is a comedy songwriter, currently working on her solo show 'ALL BY MY SELFIE', for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014. Come and see the show at 1.15, Cowgatehead (Freestival)!
Here is where and when you can catch a preview of the show:
23, 31 May and 1 June, 6.30, at The Warren, Brighton Fringe.
17th July, 10pm, Leicester Square Theatre.
24th July, 10pm & 26th July 4pm at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden.
'I predict a great future' (Michael Palin).
TAMAR BROADBENT: All By My Selfie
Tamar is lonely being Captain of the Jägerbombs. Join her on a quest of self discovery featuring a tube ride of shame, a trip to Ayia Napa and some seriously dodgy friend requests. A brand new hour of musical comedy from the girl dubbed 'a female version of Owen Wilson' by a random person on YouTube.
'Lightning fast comedic strokes, side-splitting timing, and an impressive set of pipes' ***** (BroadwayBaby.com).
'Pocket dynamo of a performer' (The List).
'Incongruously naughty and brilliantly conceived' (FunnyWomen.co.uk).
Tamar Broadbent is an actress, writer and musical comedy artist who trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama.
She performed her debut solo show, Tamar Broadbent: Almost Epic, at the Underbelly, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013. The show was written by Tamar, directed by Clare Plested (Plested & Brown) and produced by Andy Barnes and Emma Pritchard.
A classical and jazz pianist with DipABRSM, Tamar began her career in composing at the age of 12, when her first song 'Lucy' received an honorary mention in the UK Songwriting Contest (2004). In 2006 she recorded an album with Rococo Music Ltd, and gigged regularly around Surrey and South London in her teenage years.
At Bristol University, where she studied English, Tamar wrote and directed her first musical Pierced. The comedy was called an 'exceptional emerging musical' after a showcase in London last April. '17 Drafts', the show's signature song, won Runner-Up Prize and received a Special Commendation in the Stiles & Drewe Best New Song Award at the Garrick Theatre on May 19th. Her second musical, The List, is also in development, following a successful reading as part of the From Page To Stage season of new musical theatre writing at the Landor Theatre.
As an actress, Tamar has played Zoe in Lee Nelson's Well Funny People (BBC3 2013), and her other television credits include The Bill and Doctors. Theatre credits include Dot in Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George (2012), Mimi in Rent (2011), and Woman 1 in Songs For a New World (2012).