Tea?...(With Milk)

Theatre (absurdist, new writing)

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    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
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  • Babes in arms policy: Babies are not allowed in the venue
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Are you part of the 51% that is told to change every part of your body? Laser off all your hair? Cover yourself in expensive products because you're worthless! Tea?…(With Milk) is a fast paced, fun, dark piece of theatre, commenting on what it's like to be a woman today. Growing up with shaming adverts that criticise and weaponise their bodies, two women have to decide if they want conform to society's expectations. They’ve got dissertations to write, unpaid internships to take and don't forget the parties. Stressed? Put the kettle on, everything's easier after a cuppa!

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  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: Via a door from street level and a lift.
  • Wheelchair access type: Temporary Ramp, Lift (Building Lift)

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Max 60 days ago

⭐️⭐️ The concept of making a podcast was interesting and well done, one or two good points were made, but for most of the show I found it difficult to comprehend where they stood on each of the topics they discussed. Sometimes they were sarcastic, sometimes they were serious and those lines got blurred for me. I feel because of this, an audience member could make an argument that they were being offensive, yet still I don’t think that was the case. Just with such a heavy topic they need to make it clearer where they stand and what they’re trying to say.

Alexander Ramsay 61 days ago

What Niamh and Elisha-Grace have accomplished here is outstanding, especially for Fringe debutantes. They have presented a show that exemplifies what The Fringe has always stood for, humour, honesty, and ambition. Tea?...(With Milk) is a compact and powerful show about the struggles of being a woman in the modern world which I honestly believe is worth going out your way to see on this year's circuit. I sincerely hope to see them back next year.

Simon Crompton 61 days ago

Superbly written and acted - it condensed so much content into what seemed like such a short period of time. It constantly moved from light to dark and it challenged my perception of the world on so many fronts.....it is easy to live in a safe bubble that all is fair and equal in the world....this makes you see things from a very different perspective. Great show...you must see it!!

Euan Mason 65 days ago

An enjoyable, thought provoking piece laced with comedic moments and also some darkness. Wonderfully acted by the two girls and some really brave work. Go see it while you can!

Matthew Shaw 66 days ago

Well that was a performance and a half. A really bold piece of Theatre. Exquisitely acted and very cleverly written. This story is funny, manic, and is genuinely emotional. The Actors very subtly make you want to re-think and challenge your preconceptions, whether you think you have any or not as they weave a tale, leaving me unable to stop talking and thinking about subjects that would normally be considered a conversation stopper.
This is a real gem

Coro 69 days ago

One of the best new shows in this category this year. I was surprised (literally shocked) at times, laughed at times and felt close to tears at others. The acting is utterly captivating from start to finish. This show is bold, a bit crazy and challenges the audience to think again. I haven't been able to stop talking about.

Bianca Vallejo 69 days ago

What a show! I found Tea? (...With Milk) to be a very thought-provoking play that is dark yet funny. It’s a fresh take on feminism, touching on topics that left me seeing things in a new light and started in-depth conversations with my friends that we continued to discuss even hours later. I cannot recommend this play enough to Fringe goers- both those who do support feminism and those who don’t. Well done ladies!

Peter Land 69 days ago

Well presented and thought provoking. Funny but with a message and it made me feel very uncomfortable about myself and the way that I interact with others. Don't let the 'absurdist' tag put you off, this is a strong story, cleverly acted and well worth seeing,

Monica Callan 69 days ago

I found this a really thought provoking piece of theatre, at times really funny and at times quite dark. It deals with issues that many women (and probably men) have experienced in life, as we discovered in the post show talk!! It is a well written and well acted piece of drama that I would recommend anyone, male or female, to go see. The cast are superb and will leave questioning how we really see the people in our lives. First class show!!

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Ed Fringe Review (3/5 stars) 59 days ago

An exploration of friendship and womanhood...

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Ed Fringe Review (4/5 stars) 59 days ago

This original, funny, absurd, and penetrating show is well worth your time...

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