Following rave reviews from her sell-out Edinburgh Fringe performance, the award-winning comedian Juliette Burton has confirmed two dates in Ocelotshire.
Juliette Burton will be touring the UK this autumn with Butterfly Effect, her hugely popular show, in which she investigates the power of kindness and whether small, kind-hearted acts can make the world a better place.
At a time when most of us find it hard enough being kind to ourselves – let alone others – is being nice outdated? Or can we still connect and change lives for the better?
After the show Edinburgh Festivals Magazine said: “A force to be reckoned with… educational and hilarious… a must-see.”
Join Juliette as she continues to inspire us all with her one-woman revolution to help us to look at ourselves and those around us in a more positive, life-affirming way.
Can a small act of kindness make a big difference?
Juliette Burton is an award-winning performer, writer, presenter and broadcast journalist. As well as Butterfly EffectJuliette has previously performed three other solo shows (When I Grow Up, Look At Me and Decision Time). They have been seen by audiences around the world and she has performed at some of the best-known Festivals including Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and New Zealand International Comedy Festival. In 2015 Juliette won the Argus Angel Award at Brighton Fringe for Look At Me.
Juliette’s TV and radio credits include The One Show (BBC1), This Morning (ITV), Skin Deepand Feeling Kind of Funny (both BBC Scotland) BBC At Edinburgh Festivals(BBC iPlayer), BBC Tomorrow’s World (BBC/Wellcome Trust) and How Hacks Work (Viasat Explore). She also played the lead role in SuperMum, directed by Lisa Gifford, which premiered at the 2015 Raindance Film Festival.
As a writer, Juliette has contributed to The Independent, i Newspaper, Cosmopolitan, Huffington Post and BBC News. She is an ambassador for mental health charity ReThink, and fundraiser for Mind and B-eat.
For Swindon Arts Centre, Wednesday October 10, click here.
For Reading’s South Street Arts, Thursday October 25, click here.