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Edalia Day presents
Too Pretty To Punch
A comedy spoken word show about gender, the media and not ﬁtting any of the boxes, full of explosive movement, original songs and kickass video projection. Edalia Day is a banjo wielding, poetry slam winning, trans warrior, taking on the world one troll at a time.
Too Pretty To Punch is a hilarious and uplifting journey through what it means to be trans in 21st century Britain. It reminds all of us (regardless of who we are) of the power of celebrating our existence.
'a magniﬁcent tapestry of gender expectations...a digital masterpiece.' ★★★★★ Feminist Fringe
'Too Pretty to Punch is the rare queer show that I have no qualms recommending to anyone. Everyone should see this show.' ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
'You come for the social commentary, which is lucid and insightful, you stay for the video-projection, which is (as promised) kickass.' ★★★★★ Edinburgh 49
'Head-spinning, joyful, painful, funny - and I loved the tech. It's a blast from and to the heart.' - Chris Thorpe
Edalia is a transgender/non-binary spoken word artist, animator and theatre maker based in Norwich. Trained at Lecoq and Alra, their theatre is visually stunning, with physical comedy and a child like sense of play at the heart of everything they make.
Writer/Performer/Animator: Edalia Day
Composer: Billie Bottle
Artists: B Mure & Jack Kelly
Set Design: Leo Calder
Stage manager: David Calder
Poster Design: David Cousens
The ﬁnale includes poetry, video and audio contributions from 15 transgender and/ or nonbinary poets from all over the world: Lee Mokobe, Ashe Vernon, Cairo Nevitt, Ash Palmisciano Robbie Masters, Adriana Scott Newsum, Leo George, George Cook, Millie Quick, Sez Thomasin, Jay Hulme, Carey Wood-Duﬀy, Kit Rayne, Kay Kassirer.
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This performance is priced on a Pay What You Decide basis, which means that tickets are available to book in advance as usual, but there is no obligation for you to pay until after you have seen the show. You can then decide on a price which you think is suitable based on your experience. Click here to find out more.
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Thankfully our No 60 cafe bar has a great selection of meals, with something to suit every appetite. With our Pre-Show Dinner deal you can grab two courses for just £10! Pre-book today and not only will we save you a table but you could even save on your bill too.
Spaces are limited so early booking is strongly advised.