So Nosa the start of musical is, I hope, the first musical ever written about living and working in Tech start up.
[LAUGH] So I guess it's kind of about life in a company that has lots of interesting funding, lots of dynamic individuals who are trying to Solve a problem that maybe we didn't even realize in its solving [LAUGH].
It was when we first started having a conversation about what it would be like to make a musical about working in a startup, we were like, okay, where shall human level be?
And we kind of talked about different kinda apps, two different things, and we were like, how about an app that sends smells to different people?
And we were like, well, that's our brand of humor.
And that's our tone, great.
Hey, mom, when you get here, then I just want to come get some dinner.
We're gonna trade your bistro.
And we're planning to.
Are we doing?
I have too busy a day, sorry.
[LAUGH] And I think that's how you [UNKNOWN]
And what can audiences look forward to really really good songs.
Luke [UNKNOWN], he wrote our music, is genuinely an incredible musician and writes beautiful songs that are both funny and also sometimes really moving and lovely.
So the music is very good.
Sweetest smell of all.
Can't believe it.
Can there be any other exit strategy for noseR than being bought by Elon Musk?
His name is Elon Musk, he's already a perfume.
So noseR, the Startup Musical, will be playing as part of Camden Fringe this summer in August 6th to the 9th of August at the Hen and Chickens Theater in Hibury in Islington, London.
Yes, Yes, they're still singing, they sweat.
They like it, they.re brokem.
back to work.
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