I Can't Believe It's Not Gender!
  • Brighton Fringe

Award-winning sweet baby angel and notorious exhibitionist BERT ALERT has been having some fuNNy f33linGs about their gender so rather than fork out for therapy theyre gonna host a party to give their deadname the it deserves. And you, dearest theatre-goer, are invited to their First Ever bert-day party! (dya geddit?!) I Cant Believe Its Not Gender! is a chaotic and ridiculous exploration of the rituals of life and how queer people navigate, reinvent and destroy them. Part comedy show, part creative workshop, part birthday party, our host with the most genders will guide you, via the medium of party games and witchcraft, towards our gender identity of dreams. A bold and daring soire, where you leave with a cathartic bad taste in the mouth for the political movements and injustices of our time. Comedy and the bitter truth, is it REALLY possible to deliver both? Yes Brighton, it is. And it's nothing less than theatrical therapy. (BroadwayBaby)

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