According to Google, Eva’s boobs weigh the same as: two full bottles of tequila; two house bricks; or the average newborn baby.
It’s quite a weight to have on your back (metaphorically, let alone physically), and finding a bra off the rack for a rack that size is near impossible.
Despite sound reasoning and being an ideal candidate for the procedure, misogynistic medical standards leave Eva feeling a bit of a tit for even asking about the possibility of an NHS boob reduction – will the whole thing just be a bust?
Don’t miss this perceptive one-woman, two-mega-boobed comedy exploring the failings of women’s healthcare – underfunded, under researched and, much like Eva’s boobs, under-supported.
I’ve Got Some Things To Get Off My Chest is Eva Lily’s debut full-length play, directed by Marieke Audsley, based on original direction from Constance Eldon McCaig, and will transfer to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival after previews at Hope Mill Theatre.
- Dates & Times
Saturday 3pm & 7pm
- Times & Duration
Run time: 1 hour.
£16 Standard | £14 Concession
+ £1.50 Transaction Fee
- Age Guidance
- Suitable for ages 14 and over