Adventures in Menstruating with Chella Quint
  • Edinburgh Fringe

For everything you never knew you needed to know about periods, theres science comedian and sex educator Chella Quint. As heard on BBC Radio 4s A Bleeding Shame and Womans Hour, Chella deconstructs menstrual stigma with wit, craftivism and brute force, joyfully inviting audiences to hang ten on a crimson wave. Taboo-breaking period comedy for menstruators and non-menstruators of all genders. 'Funny and endearing... a clever comic' (BroadwayBaby.com). 'This show shouldnt just be on at the Fringe, it should be on the curriculum' **** (ThreeWeeks). www.chellaquint.com #periodpositive

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