Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model heftetEngelsk, 2014


In an audacious, provocative protest against flagrant global attempts to sexualise and commodify childhood for profit, award-winning artist Bryony Kimmings and her niece Taylor, nine, decided to play the global tween machine at its own game by inventing dinosaur-loving, bike riding, tuna pasta-eating, alternative pop star Catherine Bennett.

In a typically screwball and humorous fashion, acclaimed writer Bryony Kimmings, tackles the issues at the very core of their plight head on and begsthe question, what does it really take to be a Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model for a child of the 21st century?

Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model took Edinburgh Festival 2013 by storm, winning critical acclaim as well as a number of awards including a Fringe First, the Fringe Review Outstanding Theatre Award 2013 and the Arches Brick Award 2013.

"Bold, brave and very brilliant. Don't miss it." - Independent

"Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model effortlessly manages to get a hundred adults to do an animal dance, and contrary to its heartbreaking, tear-inducing final note, leaves you optimistic that you can go out into the "real world" and change it." - Exeunt Magazine

"With flair for silliness and effective humour, it is well devised and engaging." - Telegraph

"An entertaining hour that is cool, funny, heartwarming and infectiously optimistic too." - Guardian