DATES & TIMES
TUESDAY 24TH AUGUST
Tickets for this performance are available across a number of timezones, including BST (Edinburgh, London), EDT (Toronto, New York), PDT (Vancouver, Los Angeles, Seattle), AEST (Sydney).
BY MARIA FERGUSON
Essex Girl: a young working-class woman from the Essex area, typically considered as being unintelligent, materialistic, devoid of taste and sexually promiscuous. – Collins English Dictionary.
Kirsty is a sixteen-year-old girl growing up in 00s Brentwood. She likes WKD, Elton John, Pie and Mash and Charlie Red body spray. She’s on a quest to win Sexy Ricky’s heart and pass her GCSEs. She also has a secret to tell you. One she can’t tell anyone else.
Follow Kirsty’s story through the house parties and Irish pubs of Essex. From West Ham matches to choir practice, pre-drinks to registration, she will tell you what it’s really like to be an Essex Girl.” strong language, references of grooming and sexual assault “A hilarious nostalgia fest!’ The Play’s the Thing
★★★★ “A valuable addition to the current feminist dialogue” Spy in the Stalls
Shortlisted for the Tony Craze Award
VAULT Festival Show of the Week
Written and performed by Maria Ferguson
Directed by Lucy Bairstow
Photography: Suzi Corker
BOOK YOUR TICKETS
TUESDAY 24TH AUGUST
HOW TO SELECT YOUR TICKETS
Tickets start from £6, however we’re kindly asking you to consider paying more if you can. There are several options for you to choose from.
If there is more than one person watching on the same device, please also consider buying a “household” ticket. If you want tickets for people to watch on separate devices, you need to buy the appropriate number of single tickets.
A minimum of 25% of every ticket purchased for SHEDINBURGH 2021 will go into the SHED LOAD OF FUTURE FUND; a fund that will directly support the next generation of Fringe artists.
HOW TO WATCH
Once you’ve purchased a ticket, you’ll receive an email with a link that will grant you access to the stream during the viewing window. The performances are live streamed so please note that the videos won’t be available after the stream has ended.
This event can be viewed in a web browser, via Google Chromecast, on Apple or Android TVs and on Amazon Fire TV. Find out how to connect here.
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