Part of our Vault Festival Transfer Season
Roann returns with her fearless and inquisitive storytelling investigating the mystery of what it means to be a mixed heritage, queer woman having grown up in ‘90s Wembley.
Following sell-out shows at Vault Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre, Roann now has the taste for telling autobiographical stories on stage that make her as uncomfortable as the audience.
You’ll quickly learn Roann’s interest in pussy didn’t stop with the investigation of her murdered cat. How did this feline tragedy make her want to delve into her past? Why do her memories leave her with so many questions – and questionable memories?
If you left her debut show My Father the Tantric Masseur pondering the name you gave your genitals, you’ll leave this show asking ‘did a wooden spoon really save her life during a storm?’.
This performance will take place with a live audience at Omnibus Theatre.
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