"I was gobsmacked! Absolutely gobsmacked!!! What an inspiring evening - wow."
"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"
"I left feeling that you were the bravest man I know. And of course so, so, SO, bloomin talented!!!"
"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"
"I was genuinely blown away by every aspect of your show; musically, theatrically, vocally, lyrically and most of all your youness"
"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."
"That was the most fun I’ve had at anything in a long time"
"Incredible work, you totally smashed it... huge thanks for inviting us into your process and the magic of the performance itself!"
"you are utterly bonkers in a very sweet and endearing way... your show needs to be seen by as many people as possible"
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