Rebecca Humphries

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Humphries is a real star in the making.

Tim Arthur
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The magnificent Rebecca Humphries, an actress whom I have long thought deserves to be the next Denise Gough-style breakout star.

Fiona Mountford
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This is an affectionate parody that's funny, political and life-affirming at the same time, a delight from start to finish.

Veronica Lee
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Heavy with unhappiness, and utterly wary, Humphries was exceptionally convincing as a prostitute in Alistair McDowall’s dystopian drama. 

Susannah Clapp
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Prom Kween is a genuinely funny feel-good show. Behind the glitter and the pop culture references it is a thoughtfully constructed musical comedy boasting a few subversive touches to keep the audience on its toes.

Paul Vale
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All flowing auburn hair and kohl eyes, Rebecca Humphries' vivacious turn rightly spills out into all four corners of the production.

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