NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross, mean and sexy

NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross

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NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross, mean and sexy

October 29, 2021
Theatre
Succulent Theatre Collective

Have you ever wondered what
it would look like if someone splashed all your worst moments across a
billboard?

We’re talking nose-picking,
fart sniffing, wedgie removal, depraved kinks and that time you said the most
horrific thing you’ve ever said to a friend. What would that look like?
Wonder no further, the big girls have gone to the trouble of showcasing some
of their lowest moments, on stage. Almost unrealistically relatable, this
completely autobiographical show will take you on a tour of the pressures of
the modern female when it comes to her looks, behaviour, and appetites (both
sexual, food related and otherwise). This is a show for all women and femmes
who feel they don’t quite fit into the mould society has created for them,
and/or anyone who has prodded their lumpy bits in a mirror.

Join Rio and Amy in a
bathroom of their own creation, as they revisit their respective childhoods
and reflect on where they have brought them today. There will be vomit, there
will be poo, and there definitely will be a tear or two.

Hilarious yet
heartbreaking, this piece is sure to keep you on your toes.

NASTY:
‘big’ girls being gross, mean and sexy’ is a piece of autobiographical,
confessional theatre about body image, eating disorders and the rebellion
against the established concepts of femininity by which society strives to
define us. The show is written and performed by Rio Topley and Amy
Stephenson-Yankuba.

About
Succulent Theatre Collective – We make autobiographical, confessional theatre
that challenges, excites and educates. We appreciate that harnessing our own
lived experience and recounting our stories can provide a sense of catharsis,
of escapism and freedom for the audience as well as ourselves. Using our
experiences to create theatre, we empower ourselves and anyone else who can
relate to them. We strive to find the universal within the personal.

Age Suitability – 18+

NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross

NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross, mean and sexy

October 29, 2021
Theatre
Succulent Theatre Collective
Have you ever wondered what it would look like if someone splashed all your worst moments across a billboard? We’re talking nose-picking, fart sniffing, wedgie removal, depraved kinks and that time you said the most horrific thing you’ve ever said to a friend. What would that look like? Wonder no further, the big girls have gone to the trouble of showcasing some of their lowest moments, on stage. Almost unrealistically relatable, this completely autobiographical show will take you on a tour of the pressures of the modern female when it comes to her looks, behaviour, and appetites (both sexual, food related and otherwise). This is a show for all women and femmes who feel they don’t quite fit into the mould society has created for them, and/or anyone who has prodded their lumpy bits in a mirror. Join Rio and Amy in a bathroom of their own creation, as they revisit their respective childhoods and reflect on where they have brought them today. There will be vomit, there will be poo, and there definitely will be a tear or two. Hilarious yet heartbreaking, this piece is sure to keep you on your toes. NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross, mean and sexy’ is a piece of autobiographical, confessional theatre about body image, eating disorders and the rebellion against the established concepts of femininity by which society strives to define us. The show is written and performed by Rio Topley and Amy Stephenson-Yankuba. About Succulent Theatre Collective – We make autobiographical, confessional theatre that challenges, excites and educates. We appreciate that harnessing our own lived experience and recounting our stories can provide a sense of catharsis, of escapism and freedom for the audience as well as ourselves. Using our experiences to create theatre, we empower ourselves and anyone else who can relate to them. We strive to find the universal within the personal. Age Suitability – 18+

AVAILABLE

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.