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Edinburgh Fringe: Celia Pacquola/ Could It Be Forever?/ Sammy J | reviews, news & interviews

Edinburgh Fringe: Celia Pacquola/ Could It Be Forever?/ Sammy J

Edinburgh Fringe: Celia Pacquola/ Could It Be Forever?/ Sammy J

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Celia Pacquola: she has that most Australian of virtues, acute self-awareness of bullshit
Celia Pacquola made her Fringe debut last year after storming various comedy festivals in her native Australia with a show about her boyfriend’s infidelity and, while it was entertaining enough, it lacked a bit of oomph. But her new show packs a real emotional and comedic punch and displays a noticeable development of her writing and performing talents.
Celia Pacquola made her Fringe debut last year after storming various comedy festivals in her native Australia with a show about her boyfriend’s infidelity and, while it was entertaining enough, it lacked a bit of oomph. But her new show packs a real emotional and comedic punch and displays a noticeable development of her writing and performing talents.

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