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Bec Hill began comedy at the age of 18 in Adelaide, Australia. Five years on and two critically acclaimed Fringe shows later, the comic now resides in London, half way across in world from where she started out doing stand-up. But, as she’ll have told you if you went to see her 2010 Fringe show ‘Bec Hill Didn’t Want To Play Your Stupid Game Anyway’, she hasn’t grown up one little bit. Andrew Dipper caught up with Bec Hill to talk about life as a comic, her time in Edinburgh this past August, and why she loves pop-ups and props.
The contrast between Bec’s child-like appearance and the booming voice sets the scene for the love-hate conflict between childish innocence and responsibility that Bec explores in her hour long set.