Mike Delamont: Mama’s Boy

5 STARS “Delamont has an almost supernatural gift for storytelling. A spectacular evening of theatre” – CBC

From 18-time Best of the Fest winner Mike Delamont and the critically acclaimed director of Jake’s Gift comes an intimate and heartbreaking story of a boy and his mother. A story of family, addiction, music and love from one of the Fringe’s most popular performers.

5 STARS “Equally as full of belly laughs as it is tears, and will leave you with a renewed zest for life” – VUE Weekly

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5 STARS “Delamont has an almost supernatural gift for storytelling. A spectacular evening of theatre” – CBC

From 18-time Best of the Fest winner Mike Delamont and the critically acclaimed director of Jake’s Gift comes an intimate and heartbreaking story of a boy and his mother. A story of family, addiction, music and love from one of the Fringe’s most popular performers.

5 STARS “Equally as full of belly laughs as it is tears, and will leave you with a renewed zest for life” – VUE Weekly

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Anny Chen
Just a magnificently emotional show. With just a chair and mic, Mike Delamont delivered a captivating hour of stories about his relationship with his mother. If you’ve ever wondered about the person behind the God is a Scottish Drag Queen, here’s your chance. It’s very honest, extremely well-acted though clearly close to the heart, and a lovely and extremely worthwhile way to spend an hour. Anyone who has loved someone struggling with addiction, who has come from a family that doesn’t quite fit the 2.5 kids with a picket fence, and who has found a way to survive and succeed… Read more »
Mike Delamont

Thanks so much for the kind words Anny. Im glad you were able to see it

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monalisa2
I saw the Devil last year so when I saw the ad for this one -I knew I must see it. I was at the fri July 28 11pm performance ….wow…..it left me speechless! I could so relate to a lot of it . Addictions are always a family’s worse hidden secret & as the children of addictive parents –the shame is sometimes so overwhelming and the anger & the frustration…but like you said….we do not want pity from anyone…so we do keep it a secret. But we do survive and somehow this does make us stronger…but still never really… Read more »
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