"That was the most fun I’ve had at anything in a long time"
"I was genuinely blown away by every aspect of your show; musically, theatrically, vocally, lyrically and most of all your youness"
"There were so many moments where I was in awe of the whole-hearted way you showed up, bared all and gave us all of you"
"Loved it and the great sentiment shone through so strongly. You're not a naughty boy - you're a very good Messiah!"
"congratulations for the show it was amazing, it surprised me in a really good way, I had lots of fun, thank you"
"Incredible work, you totally smashed it... huge thanks for inviting us into your process and the magic of the performance itself!"
"I was gobsmacked! Absolutely gobsmacked!!! What an inspiring evening - wow."
"I left feeling that you were the bravest man I know. And of course so, so, SO, bloomin talented!!!"
"you are utterly bonkers in a very sweet and endearing way... your show needs to be seen by as many people as possible"
"you revealed to us all in the audience an amazing human being... an artist in every sense of the word... oh, I laughed a lot too"
"Just to let you know if you already don’t. That it was fantastic. Improved on last year, which I thought would be very hard… You should tour that."
Building on his Fringe triumph ‘Think of a Song’, songwriter and composer Brian Madigan teams up with a hand-picked group of A-list musicians. Not even the players know what will ensue… but – of course – engrossing story-telling, dazzling musicianship and a show-stopping finale are assured.
Anything Can Happen
Top-flight improvisers join Brian to provide unique interpretations of songs they themselves have never heard. Once again, anything can happen. This is challenging, in-the-moment theatre with live, improvised music.
Underpinning the show is a continuation of the themes dealt with in the original. How do we, the middle classes, break free from the hum-drum grind of daily routine? What can we do to remain in the moment? What do we do when life throws a curve-ball at us?
Taking all present – on-stage and off – out of their comfort-zones, the show also considers: what makes a ‘performance’? What is the role of the audience? How can we push beyond our preconceptions, both as performers and audience members?
Brian leads you on a journey through these conundrums, inviting you to explore your own responses along the way. Like its predecessor, this show is a unique experience that stays with you long after the curtain comes down.
Think of a Song
Think of a Sequel
Think of a Conclusion