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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Jayde Adams set for Harlow Playhouse

Entertainment / Tue 22nd Aug 2017 at 01:05pm

Jayde Adams

JAYDE Adams is set to perform at the Harlow Playhouse on Saturday October 7th..

But at the moment she is enjoying a run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

YH editor, Michael Casey was at the festival as part of a cross-collaboration between YourHarlow and The Edinburgh Reporter.

Here is his review.

JAYDE Adams describes herself as a “difficult woman” and I doubt there are many people who would dare argue with her.

A quintessential larger than life figure, her packed out show begins with a play upon the Forrest Gump story and then takes a journey through her past, her present and a little glimpse into the future.

Jayde has a wonderful touch when she engages with the audience. The ten minute piece where a member of the audience sits on her bench was a delight.

Jayde uses stories from her life as a rich treasure trove as she keeps coming back to the “difficult woman” theme but you soon learn or appreciate that it simply means assertive and knows her own mind.

A multi-talented performer whose singing should not be under estimated. Her range of abilities should ensure that Jayde should have a long and varied career.

http://www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk/2017/08/edinburgh-fringe-jayde-adams/

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