A Masterclass with Cumley St. Claire:

Freeing the Florist Within

Cumley St. Claire - world-renowned florist will be back on the 8th and 9th of October at 5:00pm for Clapham Fringe at The Bread and Roses Theatre.

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Meet Cumley St. Claire, the nation’s most notorious florist. Known for their experimental blooms and outrageous personality, not to mention that time they elbowed Mary Berry into a canal, Cumley quickly earned their reputation as one of the most disruptive voices in floristry.

 

In their landmark, first ever class they will reveal all of their secrets. Join the studio audience for the filming of this watershed moment in floristry... and join Cumley as they reveal the florist behind the flowers.

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Cast:

Cumley St. Claire played by Cat Addens

Production Manager (Han) played by Grainne Robson

Tech Guy (James) played by Joseph Edwards Rean

Tech Assistant played by Emily Bradly

Crew:

Writer: Cat Addens

Director and Stage Manager: Grainne Robson

Lighting, Sound and Videographer: Joseph Edwards Rean

Lighting Assistant: Brittany Rutt

Special thanks to our understudies and front of house team: Matiss Sakalovskis and Emily Bradley (read more about them on our about page)

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but don't just take our word for it, reviewers also loved the show:

view from the outside:

"It is a must watch for those who like their comedy anarchic, mildly obscene, and brimming with tragedy."

 

https://viewfromtheoutside.blog/2021/10/09/a-masterclass-with-cumley-st-claire-at-the-bread-and-roses-theatre-clapham-fringe/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

Dress Circle Reviews:

"For an hour of comedy you won’t be disappointed."

 

"The production company Salt Circle said they “intend to create safe comedy spaces where queerness is celebrated, and where it isn’t the character’s only storyline” they are achieving that and it will be great to see how they develop."

https://www.dresscirclereviews.com/post/a-masterclass-with-cumley-st-claire-freeing-the-florist-within