Significant Human Error

Fran Moulds comedian - Significant Human Error

Fran Moulds Significant Human Error © Idil Sukan

Significant Human Error was Fran’s  debut solo show which she wrote and performed. It played at venues across London and for one month at the Edinburgh Fringe festival in 2012.

Significant Human Error is a show about mistakes and change, told through six hilarious and original characters including Dan Riley, a horndog theologian, Ryan, a base-jumping Aussie legend, Morgana Haught, the celeb correspondent for a liberal broadsheet, and Sarah, the teenager from Bolton who’s just converted to Islam. Not controversial.

Press

“Moulds will not fail to delight. She is an obnoxiously talented performer whose comedic observations are beautifully precise and ultimately very human. Hers is a must-see show at this year’s Fringe.” ☆☆☆☆ Broadway Baby

“Beautifully intelligent… brings to light Moulds’ incredible talent as a character comic performer.” ☆☆☆☆ The New Current

“A master class in performance, I can’t wait to see what else this gifted actress will produce.” ☆☆☆☆ Three Weeks

Role

Writer and Performer
Directed by Adam Brace


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