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Chess and Cristina are The Hiccup Project, a comedic dance-theatre company. People commonly refer to them as ‘the lovely Hiccup girls’. It got them thinking…
After diving into the world of romance and heartbreak in critically acclaimed multi-award winning May-We-Go-Round?, Cristina and Chess explore what it means to be a young woman in brand new show Lovely Girls. Meandering through real women’s stories using The Hiccup Project’s potent blend of dance, theatre and comedy, it is an insight, a celebration and an ode to being a woman in the 21st Century. A show made by women for everyone, regardless of gender
“Physical comedy and dance are stupendous companions when they work – and Chess and Cristina have the energy and the intelligence to make it work”
“Theatre and dance that throws custard pies at convention. Outstanding”
“Men will laugh from their very core… in a story every woman can relate to”
A POST-SHOW Q&A WILL BE TAKING PLACE AFTER THIS EVENT
Support for this event comes from Eleanor Dillon-Reams and Lily Burton
HoneyBee – Eleanor Dillon-Reams
HoneyBee is a new one-woman play written by Eleanor Dillon-Reams, which combines stand-up comedy, physical theatre, spoken word and a thumping festival-driven soundtrack. HoneyBee is Elle’s first full-length play, and is something of a marathon feat on stage. The show tells the story of Kate, who, having had her world turned upside down and vomited back up at a festival, journeys to rediscover her identity and self-worth. Holding nothing back, flipping the bird to the patriarchy, Kate represents our generation’s search for purpose. Performed by the writer, and told through a blend of poetry, movement and short stand-up skits, the show challenges the female stereotype through brutally honest accounts of her life.
All Aboard! At Termination Station – Lily Burton
“I was 19 when I had an abortion. Looking back, I think it was a self-destructive attempt to make someone love me more. It didn’t work. The prick!”
All Aboard! At Termination Station is a comedy cabaret (or summin’ like that) and asks the question: Have you ever just closed your eyes and hoped that it’ll all just go away? This is a bracing, booming and brash exploration of pro-choice. Too far gone to hide, join Lilly on an upside-down nuttified conquest through song, dance and self-reflection. A warm and wacky misadventure, this show is for the boy who never knew, for the girl who never said and for anyone who didn’t ask about ABORTION.
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Age Limits: 12
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