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New Writing + LGBT+ + Sight Unseen


How do you accept the body that society has told you to hate?

This show is part of Sight Unseen, a season curated by Isabel Adomakoh Young for The Takeover.

Explore the full season & find out more here!



"I have to properly rationalise that, yes, my stomach is a part of me. As hard as I try, as much as I pray, I can’t wish it away."



What begins as a bittersweet love story, Cow soon learns sometimes you just can’t control where the myth takes you.

These things she knows to be true: she is fat, she is a woman, she is trans, she needs sex, she hates her body, men don’t like her.

She is desperate to find the answer to important questions: How do you love moderately? How do you accept the body society has told you to hate? What happens when your world gets turned upside down? How do you recover from rock bottom?



Writer & Performer | Evie Chandler
Directors | Elliot Aitken & Oluwatayo Adewole
Associate Director & Choreographer | Alix Addinall
Associate Director | Oluwatayo, Adewole
Technical Director | George Jones
Producer | Evan Richards

Ticket Price

£10 - £15


31 Mar - 3 Apr


King's Head Theatre



Duration | 65 mins approx.
Age Guidance | 18+
Content Warning | Homophobia, transphobia, sexual assault, mental illness, alcohol & drug abuse.

Part of the Sight Unseen season ticket offer!*

  • Book x2 shows, get 10% off.
  • Book x3 or more shows, get 20% off.

Excluding £10 tickets*


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