MEMBERS of a theatre company founded by Hampshire-born Andrew Tomazic have flown back to the UK after selling out the entire run of their new show at the Prague Fringe Festival.

The 20-year-old, originally from Fareham, co-founded Fragility two years ago during his studies at Kent’s Rose Bruford College.

He took a show called My First Ten Sexual Failures and Other Stories About Growing Up to Prague and received rave reviews for the autobiographical piece based on his own disastrous love life.

The show sold out every night and Andrew, pictured, told Your Entertainment: “It was amazing. We were expecting half capacity if we were lucky, less if we weren’t, but people kept on coming. Once all the seats were full they released standing room, once that was full they released restricted view, and on the last night they even scavenged more seats!

“The scariest thing for me was not taking my work to a large festival, or even devising it in a month, it was realising that more than one of my sexual failures was sat in the audience on the same night! That’s when I panicked.”

The company is now looking to take the piece into London over the summer before returning to Fareham on November 7 for a performance of their new piece, In Conversation, at The Ashcroft Arts Centre.