I first saw Rosie last year in the free fringe, when I then became a fan. Her show this year is polished and has some funny new material which the audience loved. I could see how much she has grown and built up her confidence in a year.
She openly talks about her cerebral palsy and the day to day hurdles she faces. Although to listen to her she makes it looks a lot easier than it probably is.
With her bubbly personality, it is easy to be lured into thinking her jokes and stories will be a pleasant comedy but be prepared for a darker side as she descends into a punchline.
She is definitely one to watch in the future. Well done Rosie, keep up the great comedy.
She is on at the Pleasance, venue 33 throughout the Fringe. Her shows are selling out so book ahead.