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Nadia Cavelle's debut play is a playful yet thought-provoking dramedy about identity and sexuality. It explores the still hugely taboo topic of sex work in the hope of opening up a more informed and compassionate dialogue. It is about two best friends, whose journeys through life lead them in very different directions. It is about the struggle to forge our own identities within the confines of social expectations, and the damage and shame we can experience as a result. It is about love, lust and capital. It is about French literature, nominative determinism and dental hygiene. It is about what we do with the crap that life throws at us.Performers Kirsty Rider (Banana), Eva-Jane Willis (Jacqueline), Lily Knight (Mona), Zachary Fall (Justin).
Author Nadia Cavelle. Company Woven Voices. Director Jean-Claude Fall. Design Anna Reid. Costume Anna Reid.
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