Lucy Porter wants to find love. Sounds simple enough, but the problem is that unlike in the old days, men don’t just ride in and sweep you off your feet anymore, you have to wear the right clothes, say the right things and ideally try not to embarrass yourself by singing songs while washing up.
In this, her sixth solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe, Lucy takes us on an exploration of the troubles of romance in the 21st Century, from meeting the right person to the all important question: just what is love?
Having already established herself as a Fringe favourite, Lucy Porter again delivers a gag-filled show that is universally funny to all who watch it. Although fairly unambitious, the show provides an hour of charming whimsy, which regardless of whether you are married, in a steady relationship or someone who is constantly running low on toilet paper, you can’t help but smile at.
Lucy Porter’s Love-in can be found Pleasance Courtyard at 7.50pm