Edinburgh Fringe Review: You Only Live Forever, Assembly George Square - stuffed with witty one-liners
Stuffed full of great one-liners, clever silliness and an amazing array of accents
Part exploration of love and relationships in extraordinary circumstances, part tutorial in creative ego clashes (or how not to write a play) You Only Live Forever is a new comedy by Visceral Theatre, following their previous sell-out Fringe show In Tents and Purposes.
The story is simple. Olga (Roxy Dunn) and Immy (Alys Metcalf) meet at a wedding in Las Vegas fall in love and marry but while there, Immy drinks what she is told is the elixir of life.
However, being forever 25 has its challenges.
How do you explain your youthful looks to the other mums at the school gate? What happens when you are asked for ID and your date of birth looks like a lie?
Peppered with amusing jibes and snipes, the tutorial weaves cleverly with the live forever storyline to create something which is a lot of fun and laugh out loud funny.
Stuffed full of great one-liners, clever silliness and an amazing array of accents - Dunn and Metcalf are talented comedy writers and performers and definitely ones to watch.
Wish I'd seen In Tents and Purposes.
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