Friday 16th February 8pm-9.30pm and Friday 23rd February 8pm-9.30pm

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Have you ever been riding a homosapien and asked (internally) 'omg am I squashing this person like a double decker bus?'? Or stumbled mentally upon, 'please lord, let me have shaved my nipples'? (free the hairy nips.) That right there is sex anxiety, but not the kind where you can’t get interested in sex- just the kind where you’re afraid they’ll be offended by the smell of your fanny. 

Does My Fanny Look Big in This? Tackles sex education, validates sexual anxiety, and deals with sexual trauma while answering questions you’ve always been a little too embarrassed to ask. Let’s explore the sexual world through spoken word, uncomfortable noises, an inflatable sex doll, (bad) singing, anxiety and a limerick.

A joyous lesson... Funny and fabulously honest.**** West End Best Friend 

Much hearty laughter, rather than nervous giggling, this is a delightful and fascinating production.**** London Theatre 1 


Credits 

Ciara Sims- Visual Art

Developed with support from Sheffield Theatres at part of the Bank 2023 Cohort.

Dramaturg for Sheffield Theatres - Grace Gummer

Technical Support- Jack Victor Price 


About this performance 

Age guidance: 14+ 

Content warning: Explicit swearing and sexual themes. Contains sexual violence/trauma/strong language/distressing themes/calorie content (eating)/homophobic slur.

Duration: This performance is 90 minutes long. 

Interval: This performance does not have an interval. 

Pre/Post show activity: This performance has a 20 minute post-show discussion

Tickets: Tickets cost £10 and are available to purchase through Eventbrite. 


Accessibility 

If you have any specific access requirements you would like us to be aware of, please email [email protected]


Find out more about Ellie May Blackburn

Eleanor is a 26 year old actor/writer/theatre maker/poet/facilitator from Sheffield. Eleanor is a playwright for the Sheffield Theatres 2023 Bank Cohort and this is her second autobiographical solo show. She had her chapbook Ghost and Found published by Cerasus in 2021 and her first full length poetry collection is set to be released by Naked Cat Lit in January 2024. “I am particularly interested in perception challenging, female led work with mental health at the forefront. My interest mainly culminates in tackling trauma with humour as I believe one of the greatest and most powerful routes out is through laughter.”

Facebook: /EleanorMayBlackburnActor

Twitter: @EleanorMayBlac1

Instagram: @eleanormay_actor


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