“I read somewhere that 10,000 of a woman’s eggs die a day. I’ll be lucky if I have enough left to make an omelette!”
Funny. Tender. Moving. Looking down the barrel of her final fertile years, one modern woman goes on a comical quest to uncover the ifs, hows and crucially the whys of reproducing her genes.
Thinking outside the box in an effort to decide what to do with her own, eh, box, no stone is left unturned in this journey of extremes as she tries to figure out…
Should making a life for oneself involve making another?
Eggsistentialism is a comedic, autobiographical journey charting the madcap odyssey writer/performer Joanne Ryan embarked upon while trying to decide in her final fertile years whether or not to have a child.
The multi-award winning production will have its London debut here for one week only, after 5-star runs in Edinburgh, Dublin and Melbourne.
WINNER – Lustrum Award for Best Festival Moment
WINNER – Best Storytelling Bouquet
WINNER – Melbourne Fringe Tour Ready Award
Join one woman’s madcap journey to figure out whether or not to have a child in her final fertile years.
The award-winning Eggsistentialism (@EggsPlay) opens at @arcolatheatre on Tuesday 30 January.
For one week only. Book now → https://www.arcolatheatre.com/event/eggsistentialism/