Vaudeville of the Vulva – funny, sexy, wise


Ever confused a Volvo with a vulva? A G-string with a G-spot?

Written and performed by comedian, singer/songwriter and sex educator Laura-Doe, Vaudeville of the Vulva at the Bread and Roses Theatre is a series of light-hearted sketches designed to inform and entertain; to lift taboos; and to use comedy and song to speak about, understand and appreciate the female body. But don’t expect any nudity.

Dripping with tongue-in-cheek humour, Laura-Doe’s canny characters and unusually vocal velvet vulvae promise some clarity on the fertile topic of female genitalia and to lead us “giggling and gasping into a deeper appreciation of this much maligned and misunderstood body part”.

The show runs from 4 to 8 June at 7.15pm in the Bread and Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, SW4 6DZ. Tickets £12/£10.

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