Too Pretty To Punch: Festival Of Audacity | Gallery Church, B9 4AA | Friday 28th September; 2:30pm - 4pm | Saturday 29th September; 3pm - 4:30pm
Join multi award nominated Edalia/Edward Day in this kickass spoken word/digital comedy cabaret celebration of transgender visibility and self-acceptance. Part spoken word/part digital comedy cabaret, Too Pretty To Punch is a celebration of transgender visibility and self-acceptance. With ukulele and a mouthful of broken words, Edalia grapples with what it means to be human when you don’t fit in any of the boxes.
About Festival of Audacity
A multidisciplinary festival of activist art making Birmingham its stage. Festival of Audacity exists because if we want art to have a real impact, it needs to be bold. Festival Of Audacity features artists in non-traditional performance spaces across Birmingham, for creators to take risks and reach people beyond traditional venues.
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About Edalia Day:
Edalia/Edward Day is a trans/non-binary spoken word artist, animator and theatre maker from Swindon. They trained at Lecoq and Alra and have been acting for 12 years, performing a range of physical theatre, Shakespeare and children's theatre. In 2014 they made their first show, In The Surface Of A Bubble, about a girl struggling to cope with having a transgender parent, mixing masks, martial arts and puppetry. In 2018 they won their first poetry slam, at Milk in Bristol and they're currently touring two shows: Super Hamlet 64, about videogames, and Too Pretty To Punch, which tackles transphobia.
Twitter: @eddydaylia. Facebook: www.facebook.com/eddydaylia/. Instagram: eddydaylia. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/Eddylonglegs.
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