Pocket-Sized Revolution & Pop My Cherry
  • Brighton Fringe

Lucy just ran over a guy. But its not her fault. Its yours.Pocket-sized Revolution uses dark humour, movement & live music to tell the story of a young woman fighting the fear of being alive but not living. A show about nail biting, car crashing & revolution making. Spoiler alert: She saves the world. ****Stuffed animals. Vibrators. Balloons. Mothers.Turns out this is what it takes to lose your virginity.Funny, inventive & a little bit true, Pop My Cherry explores female sex-positivity & our relationships with our body. A kaleidoscopic cabaret with original music that will leave you wanting more. Created by graduates of the University of Worcesters integrated masters in touring theatre, which gives students the skills & experience they need to establish themselves as professional theatre makers. Part of the Try Me Love Me season 2021

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