A BonQrz style seminar about how Narin Oz’s disastrous life choices made her decide to be a budgerigar. Narin Oz takes the audience on a very surreal journey of human folly in order to show them why life is now better being a budgerigar. Oz shares the most embarrassing details of her life & reveals various methods of freeing your mind. These methods create a very effective path to become a fully brainless budgie like Narin Oz.
“ Fed up of life? You too can be a budgerigar with my one step programme. So set yourself free, come join the flock & get a free budgie swing with every cage, Whilst stocks last. This seminar is purposely unconventional because the moral of the show is intrinsically about self acceptance & the courage to express your true authentic self. Only then you will be able to walk the path of your true destiny as a budgerigar. This seminar is so life changing that I will be taking a 20% cut for the rest of your life (Cash only. You will be fitted with a tracking device so that our people can find you)”.
Bonqrz is written by Narin Ozenci & performed by Narin Oz. Who is Narin Oz? Narin Oz lives on the outskirts of society & does not care about convention, your social rules or etiquette. She takes pleasure poking fun of the dark, violently enjoys her sexuality & is completely mischievous, “In essence I am your inner wild budgie ready to be unleashed…Roar…Give me some millet!”
"Visceral, visually funny & deeply heartfelt"- Nick Awde, The Stage
“The imagined child of Andy Kaufman and a supermodel, Narin Oz is a beautiful comic genius”- Martin Walker, Fringe Pig
"Comedy Genius or someone who should be sectioned", Erkan Mustafa
"The star rating here is largely a cop-out: the show is almost impossible to rate; it depends on how you take it or where Oz herself will have taken it by the end of the festival. Regardless, it’s an exhilarating, perplexing experience; exactly what a Fringe show should be". -Marissa Burgess, The List (Narin Oz: Addicted To Love 2014)
“Bonkers!”- Chris Grady, Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts.
“‘Incredible bravery…Even more mental than Red Bastard”- Lee Sillitee
Date: 2nd-26th August 2018 ,
The Laughing Horse The Mockingbird 72-74 Newington Rd, Edinburgh EH9 1QN
Tickets: Pay What You Want Twitter: @narinoz_