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  • Raina Greifer


    Raina Greifer (she/they) is a Bristol-based theatre maker and producer interested in exploring themes around sex, consent, and grief. Her work uses puppetry, poetry, and comedy to examine the intersection between pop culture and politics. They were shortlisted for the SH24: Sexual Health Awards 2022 as Young Person of the Year and were a BBC Words First Finalist in 2021. Her solo show MANIC won Best Solo Show at Fuse International in 2022 and was shortlisted for the 2023 Sabateour Awards. MANIC has toured across the UK to venues like Theatre Royal Plymouth, Theatre Royal Bath and Tobacco Factory Theatre. Raina loves talking about being horny. She loves being dramatic about it.

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  • Raina Greifer CPT shows

    Raina Greifer presents


    Tue 6 Jun at 7.15pm
    A funny and brutal look at consent filled with poetry, puppets, and PowerPoint presentations!
    Good Orgasm (credit: @finn_ok and @scritchcabaret).

    Big Bang: 18 March

    Mon 18 Mar at 7.15pm
    Big Bang is CPT’s regular scratch night: an explosion of performance from which new universes of theatre may one day emerge. Kind of like 'theatre tapas'.

    Blog Posts by Raina Greifer

     Raina stands on stage against a powerpoint slide that is bright sparkly pink and reads “I deserve so many good orgasms
    Posted: 11-03-2024 Tag: artist blogs

    Raina Greifer on being a slut who is scared of sex

    Raina Greifer’s new WIP Good Orgasm was supposed to be all about having great sex after trauma, but what happens when that good sex doesn't come? Raina reflects on her intersecting feelings of grieving and loving her sex life, feeling imposter syndrome when it comes to chatting sex, and learning how to build a pleasure filled life all on her own.

    Great theatre, lovely young team, brilliant supportive diverse programming, the only theatre I can think of that is currently supporting so many theatremakers.

    Programmed artist