Blood, sweat and …tampons. Sara’ period just won’t stop – she is covered in it – or is it the blood of her last victim that still sticks warm on her limbs? Watch her fight a tampon storm, break out in song while ripping apart raw meat and confront her ridiculously handsome vegan housemate. Anyone can enjoy this visceral cabaret exploration of womanhood, a highly sensory experience featuring live music, projection and physical comedy. After all, everybody bleeds from time to time.
30 Days of Blood is written and directed by Eva Ditzelmüller. It was first performed as part of the International Festival of New Work 2017. After a sell out success during their Corbett Theatre run with hundreds of people watching on the live stream it is now going to this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival!
’30 Days’ could not have been written at a more prescient time. Its combination of European
influences, vaudevillian aesthetic, and searing indictment of gender dialogues and modern youth,
make it a refreshingly unique extravaganza. Hard to define, but harder not to love.’ – Jesse Briton
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