Lady And The Cramp presented by the Vagina Museum
Updated: Oct 22, 2019
What is it?
In a cabaret-style performance, the quartet PollyClamorous (comprising of Aurora Richardson, Jamie Bell, Isabelle Woolley and Stefanie Bruckner) sing songs about many issues that pertain to a woman in modern society.
What is it all about?
Queefs, roofies and the tampon tax are only a few of the issues explored by this amazingly talented group of women. Aurora Richardson, the main songwriter for this particular cabaret - writing 11 out of the 12 songs featured, brings comedy along with her own experiences to the stage. Hilarious and very real, the group sound like a dream, with harmonies very much on-point and lyrics that are absolutely genius. The group accompany themselves with keyboard, guitar and several ukuleles, which emphasizes the disparity between the melodies and the lyrics even more.
How did it make me feel?
There wasn't a single song that didn’t make me laugh out loud. It makes it even more hilarious that PollyClamorous sound like an old school vintage group, while singing about queefing on someone’s face or about how society has made them get rid of their lovely pubic hair.
Where is it playing?
The newly opened Vagina Museum in Chalk Farm is the perfect space for this show all about female body.
The Vagina Museum, is an incredible place for learning about female genitalia. Pay it a visit when you can!
Lady and the Cramp played at the Vagina Museum on the 12th October 2019.
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