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The Man Who Discovered that Women Lay Eggs
The ultimate birds and bees story. This is the epic and comic story of our own creation - there are no storks or gooseberry bushes but a supporting cast of midwives, grave robbers, anatomists, priests, drapers, philosophers, scientists and the occasional angry mob in a tale of birth, sex and death. Using a combination of puppets, mask and live action, Bristol-based Full Beam Visual Theatre relates the hidden story of how man unravelled the myth of his own origins. The Man Who Discovered That Woman Lay Eggs combines science, personal histories and fantastical situations to make a bawdy, enthralling and eye-opening experience.
Archive :: production:T684616873, play:S1937928264, venue:V855
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