Meet Saff and Bella – two university students thrown into a boring project together by their lecturer famously known as ‘Phil the Perve’.
We can see that there is instant chemistry – a smile here, a giggle there – but with only one of these women being open about their queerness, how can you really tell if she’s flirting with you or just being friendly?
Using the real stories of LGBTQ+ women in Somerset, the Blonde Boss team has created a piece of theatre that celebrates the queer journey and discovering your own queer identity as well as highlighting some of the discrimination that can exist within the community.
Besides, what if we’re not reading it wrong – we’re just queer.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ‘This is a truly charming piece of queer theatre.’ The Arts Show Bath
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. ‘Me ‘Ansum’…was heartfelt and relatable- a real gem of an experience’. Theatre Reviews UK
‘This was truly witty, funny and bold’
‘You really encompassed my experience as a bi woman’
‘It’s honestly impossible not to get swept up in it’
Me Ansum at Camden Fringe, Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th August, 9:30pm at the Canal Cafe Theatre.
13 Westbourne Terrace Rd, Little Venice, London W2 6NG, UK