‘a poignant message of resilience, hope and endurance we all need to hear right now’ – Broadway Baby

We’re now halfway through Keith Alessi’s run of Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life at Online@theSpaceUK Season 2, and the response to this work has been incredible.


After a major life changing event caused this high profile public company CEO to re-evaluate what’s important in life, a banjo picking storyteller was born with a message of resilience, hope and perseverance.  Tomatoes Tried To Kill Me, But Banjos Saved My Life is a deeply personal story and is a testament to the human spirit, and the healing power of music and the arts.

‘a heart-warming show which is much needed at present’ – British Theatre Guide


‘The performance offers a much-needed immune system and attitude boost for lockdown ridden times’ – Broadway Baby

Last week, Keith sat down with Paul Levy from FringeReview to chat about the show. You can listen to his interview in the Fringe in Review podcast (Episode 7)

You still have until the end of the month to watch the show for free. This version of the show lasts 70 minutes, so grab yourself a coffee, get comfortable and enjoy!

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