From the moment I first sat down, Robinson impressed us all with her ability to sing in a variety of accents of famous celebrities from Alanis Morrisette to Janis Joplin.
And from then on, Robinson and her band managed to spoil the audience with a reggae version of Sinead O'Connor, amazing impressions of Natalie Cassidy who plays Sonia from Eastenders and an empowering and inspiring back story of Robinson's divorce, detailing the five stages of grief that she went through over the past year.
What can I say? Robinson's performance was perfection. The show possessed loads of talent and tonnes of energy to keep the audience engaged. The jokes were on time and the relationship between the artists and the audience was fantastic.
The shows structure was also very clever and relatable - it was divided into Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and the finale, Acceptance (all based on the theory by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross), with loud music and empowering harmonies to top the whole thing off.
I don't have anything bad to say about the show. It was impressive, it was incredible… it was inspiring! Regardless of where you come from in life, you have got to see this show and have your minds explode with passion.
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Jess Robinson: Impressive is performing at the Pleasance Courtyard at 20:30. Tickets and more information can be found on the EdFringe website