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The Womb will be at Camden Fringe Festival

THE WOMB: Women come here to forget. But can they? Can they forget the things that made them end up in this place? Written by Aylin Rodoplu, Directed by Elise Xiaqi Eriksen. The Womb is a three-hander provocative play about the absurd things that women have been going through since the beginning of the world. It utilizes absurdist comedy and non-traditional story structure to bring an unusual outlook on the concept of being a woman in a patriarchal world. The play consists of 27 short scenes, each exploring a different theme such as sexism, misogyny, patriarchal norms, sexual abuse, abortion, trauma and more. Witty, fast-paced dialogue, original techno-atmospheric music, and three lost women in a place they can never ever leave... Be prepared to laugh at how utterly ridiculous this play is and think maybe the world of The Womb and the world we live in might not be that far
apart after all!

“I could have watched like three hours of the quick dialogue, you really nailed what the style of
deconstructive writing is and what makes it sing.”


- From Thistle & Rose Theatre’s International
Women’s Day event at Actors East, March 2024
 

FUSE International
29 June 2024, 7pm | Rose Theatre Studio (24-26 High St, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1HL)
Tickets: https://creativeyouthcharity.org/event/the-womb/

Camden Fringe Festival
2 & 3 August 2024, 9pm | Camden People’s Theatre (58-60 Hampstead Rd, London NW1 2PY)
Tickets: https://camdenfringe.com/events/the-womb/

Stockholm Fringe Festival
28 & 29 August 2024, 21.15, 19.45 | Tegelscenen (Söndagsvägen 9, 123 60 Farsta, Sweden)


Who are we?
Co Theatre is an international female-led collective that aims to encourage and inspire women of all ages, bringing bold and provocative newly written original plays of women's stories to the stage. Aylin Rodoplu and Elise Xiaqi Eriksen are the co-founders of Co Theatre and creative team of The Womb, which had its debut at East 15 Acting School,

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