Saw this once a few months ago and loved it ~ so it's now on again for a few nights so want to go again ~ and that rarely happens. There's a bar downstairs so can meet there beforehand ...
Here's the link to book tickets :
Here's the blurb ...
Comedian, Deborah Frances-White was adopted at ten days old.
Until October 2012 she’d never even seen a picture of anyone related to her. On stumbling across some information about her birth mother, Deborah has embarked on an internet treasure hunt – archiving her emotional discoveries and heart stopping revelations at every turn in her brand new and ever evolving show 'Half a Can of Worms'. Deborah still does not know everything about the beginning of her life or the ending of her show, because every day new facts and emotions unfold. What she does now know is that you can’t open half a can of worms.
Deborah is really a story-teller as much as a comedian and in this case her story it true, it's her story, the different twists and turns in Oz, her connection to London and with her new-found discovery regarding her adoption she also gives us a view of the Australia of the past and now ... I wondered how she could make it funny but she does, she's a master story-teller and she is hilarious. (See Petria's comments below)
The link to book : http://www.rada.ac.uk/whats-on/other-events/sales-halfacanofworms