Prudery & Patriarchy from Ports Fest

Prudery & Patriarchy

Join Carys Eleri on an hilarious romp through the recently discovered poetry of Welsh feminist, bard and scourge of Bigots Gwerful Mechain, medieval poet of the female genitals. A both delightfully touching and uproariously angry one-woman show by this fabulous actor, singer, songwriter, comedian and novelist.

The stellar Radio 4 version of Carys’ show has also recently been nominated for a prestigious Prix Marulic International Radio Award.

18+ Explicit Language

Carys Eleri

Event Details

Date: 1 July, 2022

Time: 7:30 till 9:00

Location: Groundlings Theatre, 42 Kent Street, PO1 3BS

Ticket Price: £10

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