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Cleverly and sensitively presents the experience of abortion minus the heavy moral questions
In this role, Rosa Torr shows incredible talent. The odd and eccentric personas that she brings to life on stage leave the audience in hysterics. Maxine, a boastful health freak who loves a good spin class, is definitely a favourite. Although Torr flits between characters with flair and speed, there is never any confusion as to who is speaking. She is absolutely captivating to watch throughout.
In short, Bump is a must-see for young women at the Fringe. It cleverly and sensitively presents the experience of abortion minus the heavy moral questions that most theatre about the subject focuses on. This is simply one girl’s story, and it is told beautifully.