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    Holly Spillar presents

    HOLE

    Thu 9 Jun at 9pm
    Tickets £8 (work-in-progress)
    “Hi, I’m HOLE and I’m IMPENETRABLE!” Join HOLE in Holly Spillar’s surreal, musical comedy about vaginismus, NHS gifted dildos and what it means to be whole.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 minutes
    Content Notice
    Content NoticeReferences to vaginismus, painful sex and mental health services
    Health Notice
    Health NoticeFlashing lights, Loud noise


    HOLE is the name of the character Holly Spillar created to help her tell her vaginismus story. HOLE is larger than life, surreal, afraid and desperately trying to navigate a world where penetrative sex seems weirdly important.
    Follow her down this rabbit hole of dyspraxic mishaps, Taylor Swift, cis men who love Joe Rogan and NHS gifted dildos, all accompanied by the sweet sweet music of a little red loop pedal.

    Holly’s show is darkly comic, informative and unexpectedly emotional.
    She started creating HOLE when she was finally diagnosed with vaginismus after over a year of being told by doctors she was being over dramatic. This is the show Holly would have wanted to watch back then, it teaches people with vaginas that holes have nothing to do with being whole and while that might sound obvious, it’s a whole lot more complicated than that.


    Watch the trailer here

    Tickets for HOLE

    Thu 09 Jun, 21:00
    "Like Tim Minchin and Kate Bush bumped into each-other"
    Audience member at The Black Cherry Comedy Club

    “British theatre would be completely stymied without tiny, under-resourced venues such as CPT, which are a critical part of the theatre ecology.”

    Lyn Gardner Stagedoor