Prepare for a lo-fi, DIY, off-beat, sci-fi, storytelling experience that might blow your mind's socks off. This is a surreal, soulful comedy about a decomposing world and a cosmic visitor. Bowden comes to Soho following a five-star season at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a whirlwind international tour.
"he creates a hilarious, bittersweet and completely enthralling world"
- Three Weeks, UK
"utterly compelling from the start to finish"
- Broadway Baby, UK
"Phenomenal one man wonder show... Stuart Bowden is an absolute genius... With live music, bizarre storytelling and perfect physical comedy, She Was Probably Not A Robot will leave you with a skip in your step and a smile on your heart"
- Edinburgh Guide, UK
"gorgeous notes of melancholia"
- The Scotsman, UK
"a subliminal masterpiece"
- The Stage, UK
"Deliciously bleak humour... laugh out loud funny and heartbreakingly poignant"
- Exeunt, UK
"A combination of live music, poignant storytelling and physical comedy, She Was Probably Not A Robot is heartbreaking, thought-provoking and laugh out loud funny."
- Perth Now, AUS
"Side-splittingly funny, heart-wrenching and utterly absurd this is a beautiful piece of theatre from one of Tuxedo Cat’s finest. Stunning."
- Adelaide Advertiser, AUS
★★★★ and a 1/2
"with its ridiculous humour, highly original plot and artfully-questionable use of props and blocking, this laugh-out-loud production is not one audiences are likely to forget"
- Adelaide Theatre Guide, AUS
★★★★ and a 1/2
"Stuart Bowden is a smart guy. He has created a very funny and whimsical show about something that’s actually quite serious. Excellent!"
- Rip It Up Magazine, AUS
"a touching, remarkable, handmade odyssey... Outstanding show" - Fringe Review, Aus
"a heartwarming, melancholic and hilarious work of lo-fi storytelling" - The Music, Aus