My Dad Wears A Dress

★★★★★ “An absolute delight” (British Theatre)

A one-woman show about growing up with a trans female parent, written and performed by Maria Telnikoff. Filled with hilarious tales from her school days, it shows the difficulties of fitting in as a young person and the fears we feel about being labelled as “outside the box”. Brimming with life and sincerity, the play challenges a world of heteronormative values. Offie nominated, winner of FUSE Festival’s Best Fringe Show and long listed for Brighton Fringe’s Award for Excellence.

★★★★★ “Heart-warming, funny and honest” (Centre Stage)
★★★★★ ‘Reminded me of Rob Madge’s “My Son’s A Queer But What Can You Do?”’ (Theatre & Tonic)
★★★★ “Sweet, playful and completely charming” (Why Now)
★★★★ “An absolute gem of a show” (Broadway World)
★★★★ “Smartly using comedy and clowning to criticise the impositions of heteronormativity” (Everything Theatre)
★★★★ “A joyous celebration of childhood sprinkled with meaningful reflections on the binaries perpetuated by society” (Lost in Theatreland)

Performance Dates15 October-15 October
Pricing£12.50 / £10

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