With time being precious during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe we challenged this year’s acts to deliver a 50-word elevator pitch for their show. This time it’s the turn of Tamsin Sasha and Maisy Williams of Everything I See I Swallow.
|A mother discovers her daughter has over 50,000 followers on Instagram by posting semi-naked images of herself online.
Exploring shifting attitudes to empowerment, feminism and sexuality across a generational divide, the show fuses theatre and circus with the erotic art of Japanese rope bondage in an unusual and compelling encounter.
|What other show shouldn’t we miss?||Contra, performed by Laura Murphy and directed by Ursula Martinez Summerhall from the 31 July-11 August.
A feisty feminist circus and theatre show. Dark, witty and uncompromising, it interrogates personal, social and historical occupations of the female body – we love it!
|Name of your show:||Everything I See I Swallow|
|Venue:||Summerhall (Demonstration room)|
|Dates:||31 July – 25 August (not 1, 12, 19)|