In March I was accepted to perform at a competitive scratch night at Morley College, and I was honoured to claim the top prize which was rehearsal space and a preview show for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Unfortunately I am unable to take the show to Edinburgh this year, though I do plan to head up for a few days and roam the streets in my egg suit, in preparation for performances next year.
Egg is the story of one yolk’s quest to find herself in a human world. At once powerful & powerless, comedic & majestic; Egg stands alone. Hatching with fresh eyes and an insatiable curiousity, Egg overcomes many obstacles, struggling to fulfil her potential and claim a slice of this life for her own. But Alas! She is an egg and her fate is sealed. With no one and nothing to save her, her end is certain: she will be fried, yes, fried in a pan...
‘Delightful and disorientating, a dizzying chain of events played out with obvious joy… It can laugh at itself without diminishing its intelligent points’ - Plays To See
Surprising, fantastical & bold: a coming-of-age journey that tackles age-old questions like ‘What came first?’