Fiona Coffey is a writer and performer who made her debut on the London cabaret scene in 2015 with A touch of Mrs Robinson, a self-penned musical tribute to her leopard-printed alter ego. This show has been performed over forty times across the UK, including a highly successful run of at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Its success opened the door to a writing and performing career, which now includes cabaret hosting, acting, comedy writing and reviewing for the New York based Cabaret Scenes magazine. Honey’s Happening returns to the late 1960s and the world of suburban hostesses which populated Fiona’s childhood. It retains the spirit of ‘thought-provoking fun’ which permeated Mrs Robinson, but is an exciting new departure in its chosen form of immersive comedy theatre.
Asha Cornelia Cluer
Originally from Western Australia, Asha Cornelia Cluer is a London-based actor, improviser and theatre maker. She trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and has worked as an actor, producer, and content creator for theatres such as The Royal Court, Bristol Festival of Ideas, The Rose Bankside, and The Tristan Bates. She also worked as a devisor and performer for clowning company Certain Dark Things' debut and follow up productions, the latter being awarded the "Best of The Fest" by the International Youth Arts Festival at the Brighton Fringe (2015). Asha is currently a cast member in "The Crystal Maze: London", an immersive improvised comedy show based on the 90's hit TV show. Credits include: Clean Slate (Courtyard Theatre), Northanger Abbey (Wickham Theatre, Bristol), Frankenstein (Bristol Festival of Ideas), Macbeth (Bristol Old Vic Studio), Romeo & Juliet (Brockley Jack), Who Cares (Royal Court).
Sarah-Louise is an actress, writer, director and internationally renowned cabaret performer. Winner of The Stage Award for acting, named one of Time Out’s Top 10 Cabaret Acts and voted Best Musical Variety Act in the London Cabaret Awards, she has also guested with Fascinating Aïda and La Soirée and is a member of Olivier award-winning improvised musical group, The Showstoppers. She has appeared in the West End, on BBC Radio 4 and toured internationally, including to the prestigious Adelaide Cabaret Festival and has played numerous parts in television, theatre and short film.