Bryony Kimmings is an outrageous, hilarious and fearless performance artist from London.

Tim Grayburn is an outrageous, hilarious and fearless account manager from a top advertising agency.

Bryony and Tim are a couple. Bryony spends most of her life on tour, trying her best to change the world. Tim spends most of his life at a desk trying his best to sell the world.

Six months into their relationship, Bryony found out that Tim suffers from severe clinical depression. He had kept it a secret for a very long time.

Fake it ‘til you Make it is an Edinburgh Fringe First Winner and Bryony Kimmings’ new work about clinical depression and men... from two people who know all about it.

Expect homemade music, stupid dancing, onstage arguments, real-life stories, tears and truths. A wickedly warming, brutally honest and heartbreaking show about the wonders and pitfalls of the human brain, being in love and what it takes to be a ‘real man’.

This show was commissioned by Southbank Centre and Theatre Works, Melbourne and supported by DanceXchange, Arts Council England, Peggy Ramsey Foundation and donations made by brilliant people on Kickstarter.

'Bold, brave and very brilliant' (The Independent)

'One of the funniest, most charming things I've seen in an age' (Time Out)

'An unabashedly wacky sweetheart with a delightful anything goes air' (The Times)

Winner of Best Theatre Award, Fringe World Festival, Perth
Winner of Weekly Fringe Award for Theatre at Adelaide Fringe

Fake it ‘til you Make it(Work in Progress), Friday 10 July 
Fake it ‘til you Make It(Edinburgh Previews), Saturday 11 – Saturday 18 July