“Watch the feather duster!” That’s the ambiguous advice from director Penelope Chater, whose production, Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva, arrives at the Bread and Roses Theatre next week. Watch her interview, then book your tickets!
The one-woman show, which has been seen in America, Australia and the UK, plays at Clapham’s Bread and Roses Theatre from 4 to 8 June 2019.
Ever confused a Volvo with a vulva? A G-string with a G-spot? A missionary with a position? Dripping with tongue-in-cheek humour, Laura-Doe’s canny characters and unusually vocal velvet vulvae illuminate and entertain on the fertile topic of female genitalia. Taking the baton from Eve Ensler’s ground-breaking Vagina Monologues, Vaudeville of the Vulva leads us giggling and gasping into a deeper appreciation of this much maligned and misunderstood body part.
Hosted by an eccentric Oxford professor, and featuring a number of guests from the ‘Vulva Underground’, Laura-Doe’s Vaudeville of the Vulva is a series of light-hearted sketches that inform by entertaining. It seeks to gently lift taboos, using comedy and song to release tension and create the freedom to speak about, understand and appreciate this amazing area through which we are all designed to enter the world.
Vaudeville of the Vulva runs at the Bread and Roses Theatre, 68 Clapham Manor Street, Clapham, London SW4 6DZ from 4 to 8 June 2019 with performances Tuesdays to Saturdays 7.15pm. Tickets are priced £12. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!