Amy Vreeke: The Year My Vagina Tried to Kill Me - Part of Sick! Festival 2019 (THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT)
|Dates:||3 October 2019|
|Times:||20:30 - 22:00|
|What is it:||Theatre/Performance|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
|How much:||Pay Between Scheme (£5-£15)|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Alumni, Current University students, General public|
Stand-up comedian and theatre maker, Amy Vreeke, creates multi-genre, autobiographical work that explores social taboos with candour and comedy. Amy was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2016. Now she’s here to relive twelve years of misdiagnosis, toilet-based mishaps and failed one-night stands. Endometriosis causes the uterus lining to grow in other parts of the body, creating a wide range of painful symptoms that can affect a woman’s everyday life. Through bluntly delivered jokes, captivating storytelling and a little help from the Gilmore Girls, Amy explores the taboos that surround women’s health and gives us an insight into a life with a chronic illness.
“Bluntly honest Amy Vreeke who had a likably down to earth personality and professional approach that would work anywhere.” - Graham Chalmers, The Harrogate Advertiser.
Amy Vreeke will be joined on Thursday 3 October by Professor Andrew Horne for a post-show discussion exploring the themes raised in Amy's performance. Professor Andrew Horne is the Chair of Academic Board, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists; and Co-Director of EXPPECT Centre for Pelvic Pain and Endometriosis.
Tickets can be purchased on www.sickfestival.com and https://tinyurl.com/y64q6yfb or call Quay Tickets on 0843 208 0500
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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT
Price: Pay Between Scheme (£5-£15)
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John Thaw Studio Theatre
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama