🎭 Ed Fringe 2018: Vulvarine A New Musical

"We laughed, we chortled, we considered. Your laugh muscles will get a workout, trust me"


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VULVARINE

 

Brought to you by Fat Rascal Theatre and written by Robyn Grant, enter the world of Vulvarine, you will realise that nothing ever happens here, or does it?

 

A tale of feminism in action we all laughed at the irony simultaneously realising that the irony is reality. Five talented actors seamlessly switch roles throughout to guide you on a musical adventure like no other. 

 

 

A superhero love story set in a tax office, and a very relatable tale, Vulvarine is a top class act showing fringe newbies how it is done. Add into the mix a class burst of "the floss dance", a well timed bolt of lightening, a talking cat, and tampon tax mystery, and you’ve just about scratched the surface.

 

We laughed, we chortled, we considered. Your laugh muscles will get a workout, trust me.

 

 

If you're a man or a woman or neither or both you'll enjoy Vulvarine, if you're not into musicals don't worry, you will enjoy Vulvarine. 

 

Ladies, etc, you don’t have to put up with this shit anymore. The time is now. Equality? We have that already, don’t you know? Just watch out for mister fat shamer, if you thought mansplainer was bad...

 

Vulvarine? Thank you. Verdict? ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

 

Vulvarine: A New Musical runs at Assembly George Square Studios as part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 from 1 – 26 August 2018. For further information and tickets click here.

 

 

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