Born Slippy
  • Brighton Fringe

Ever seen a twenty-three year old born on stage? Shot out of a tent-like vagina, wriggle through a kids play tube, just to meet you! Join me, Melina Grace Bryant on a journey like no other, a theatrical reconstruction of the day I was born and what's happened since then. This is an opportunity to laugh and cry, but ultimately to connect. This piece is inspired by the mother-daughter relationship, presenting to you, my audience, my very own interpretation of my relationship with my mother. No doubt every relationship is different yet there are similarities between us all that cannot be denied. Enjoy this version of events, a human cannonball launched into life in a comedic, sensitive way. So come along and watch me perform an outrageous, heart-felt exploration into what it is to be a mum, or perhaps how it feels to be a daughter. Don't forget your tissues! With love,Melina

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