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An original new comedy musical about failure, growth and not having a clue what algebra is, from Weston-super-Mare’s Mia Borthwick

Do you feel like you’re constantly falling short of society’s expectations?
Do you dread telling others that you never got your Maths GCSE?

In ‘I Don’t Have A Maths GCSE’ Mia Borthwick takes us on a laugh-out-loud musical comedy journey through her own insecurities and low self-esteem. From struggling with school to feeling like a failure in her career, Mia turns her personal struggles into relatable and hilarious anecdotes. Whether you’ve failed a test or suck at being nice to customers in retail, this show is a reminder that our individual quirks and foibles can make us all the more interesting in the end.

Mia is a West Country girl through and through, having lives in the South West her whole life. She is a theatre-maker and musician currently based in Weston-super-Mare. Mia trained in Performing Arts in Weston-super-Mare and has since taken two 5 star shows to Edinburgh Fringe with two theatre companies, as well as co-founding local cabaret group, From The Mud. She regularly gigs the South West with her comedy tunes.

“My face hurts from laughing!”
Audience Reaction

“There wasn’t an unsplit side or a dry seat in the house!”
Audience Reaction

“Fantastic! Loved every minute.”
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  • Dates: Tue 9th & Wed 10th April 2024
  • Show time: 7.30pm
  • Tickets: £10
  • Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)
  • Suitable for: Ages 18+
  • TheatreComedy
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I Don't Have A Maths GCSE
I Don't Have A Maths GCSE
  • Running Time: 1 hour (no interval)
  • Suitable for: Ages 18+
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