Beach Body Ready

Tue 9 March 7.45pm         Studio

The Roaring Girls

Beach Body Ready

It's the season of cutting carbs, hitting it hard at the gym, and shaving everything from the chin down. Summer has rocked up and the media has us thinking about how our bodies aren't up to scratch and there are companies ready to capitalise on that. We've been shamed, dehumanised, and humiliated for how we look and we've had enough.

Join The Roaring Girls for a defiantly feel-good show which sticks two fingers up at how the media says you should look.

The Roaring Girls are getting Beach Body Ready. Are you?

Running time: 1hr 10mins approx

Suitable 14+ due to strong language, younger people are permitted at parental discretion.

CONTENT WARNING: There are some issues discussed that some may find upsetting, such as mentions of mental health issues, particularly related to body image, body dysmorphia and eating disorders. 

Tickets: £17.50 (discounts: £15.50)

In association with Hull Truck Theatre, Absolutely Cultured, The Pleasance with support from House, In Good Company and Waterside Arts Centre.

Rescheduled from 23 June 2020, all tickets for the original show valid for new date.

 

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