Auntie
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Nollywood meets Hyacinth Bouquet via the fictional pan-African nation of Kengeria. Auntie vocalises her disdain for tracksuits and chicken shops, which are far from her Ey! Ey! glossy mag dreams of sipping champagne in Buckingham Palace. Mtoto, her gay, mixed-race son, throws razor-sharp shade, exposing her bigoted and hypocritical views with a ferocity that rivals the drag queens of Ru Pauls Drag Race. This fresh new comedy explores the poignant issues of sexuality, post-colonialism, gentrification and, of course, worship!

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