This is a play about pornography. It is an intervention. It is an interrogation. It will offend some and act as a call to arms to others, but it manages to embody all of the various protests and anger over the sexist media portrayals of the female body. A new work from one of the most original emerging writers of recent times.
About the Author
Alice Birch has written for the Royal Court Theatre, BBC Radio 4, Old Vic, Comedie de Valence and the Almeida Festival. She has been on attachment to the National Theatre Studio, the Royal Court Theatre, Paines Plough and Channel 4. Her play, Many Moons was shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Award and is published by Oberon. She is currently under commission to Clean Break and the RSC and is working with RashDash on two projects. She is a Creative Associate at Watford Palace Theatre and was a member of the Royal Court Super Group in 2012.