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EDINBURGH 2017: BWW Q&A- #DirtyWoman
Tell us a bit about #DirtyWoman.
#DirtyWoman is a work in progress comedy theatre show (with the potential to tour around UK) that contains alot of mud, mess and chaos. I hope to make a mess of the show. It is a show about accepting the dark side of yourself that you push down next to your arsehole not realising that the arsehole is also you. Give your orifice abit of olive oil.
Why bring it to Edinburgh?
I get to workshop the show every day, play and have fun on stage and people can watch me make a tit of myself. People are there ready to see shows so this is a great opportunity to try out bits.
What sets it apart from other shows at the Fringe?
There's no bullshit only mud, myself mocking the joke we call life. Although it is work in progress I guarantee people will have fun watching it.
What are the benefits of performing at the Free Fringe?
Even if you're a nobody which is what I am you still have the chance to perform and test ideas.
Who would you recommend comes to see you?
Anyone over 18 who is having a crisis in their lives come along and feel happy being your own unique selves watching the show. There is alot of filth, nudity and mud. It is also one big elaborate joke doing a moony on all things repressive.
Timings and ticket information for Dirty Woman can be found on the edfringe website.
From This Author Natalie O'Donoghue
Natalie has been an avid theatre goer since her first London production of Blood Brothers when she was 12. Based in Glasgow, she also reviews (read more...)
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