Previous performances include runs at The Canvas Cafe in London, Alma Taven and Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol and at The Stafford Centre as part of The Edinburgh Fringe 2015
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A one-woman autobiographical show charting how Jean Luc Picard, the noble and often philosophical French Starship captain of the U S S Enterprise, navigated me through the tricky terrain of my estranged parents battles, like one navigates a ship through an asteroid belt whilst being attacked by Klingons.
PLUS THERE’S A SHIT LOOKING PAPER MACHE HEAD OF JEAN LUC PICARD ON STAGE.
What some people say
“A show that lingers with the audience, it is a glimpse into how we mythicize figures we admire in order to deal with life and how we exist within it.”
Isabelle Fraser – Edinburgh Spotlight
“Waddell’s performance is enormously brave, personal and self-aware….that she is willing to share it is our privilege.”
Michael Flett – Geek Chocolate
“Entertaining and delightful”
Paul Cockburn – Broadway Baby
“Simultaneously raw and sweet, painfully frank and ultimately bursting with the joy of connecting”
“That was a terrible impression of me.”