Sex-Ed Revisited is an empowering piece of improvisational storytelling and comedic theatre uncovering missing gaps in knowledge when it comes to female-focused Sex Education. Created and performed by interactive solo artist Holly Delefortrie. This Kylie-inspired sex-pop adventure explores our relationship with pleasure; this quest for climax delves into anatomy, kinks, and sexual romanticisms.
Gone are the days of attempting to put condoms on cucumbers, whilst wearing kaleidoscopic beer goggles. A retelling of sex education unlike any you have ever experienced before. This uplifting female-driven show focuses on the experiences for those who still have unanswered questions about sex and their bodies!
Holly Delefortrie is an interactive solo artist who creates off-the-wall comedy and participatory theatre, using clowning, confessional storytelling and live interactive games to celebrate the messier side of human nature, cock-ups, vulnerability, and all.
Holly is an international touring artist who has brought her shows to venues and Festivals around the UK and Europe with sell-out success including Camden People's Theatre, Brighton Fringe and Dreams Before Dawn Festival Paris. This includes her first solo show 'I'll be your baby tonight..?' **** London Theatre1
As a practitioner, she also works for companies and theatres such as: Told By An Idiot, Polka Theatre, Omnibus Theatre and Tramshed. She originally trained at Rose Bruford: BA (Hons) European Theatre Arts and Institut del Teatro, Barcelona.
Press & Reviews
Reviews Hub - 'A rambunctious, fun hour' Scott Mathewman
'This is such an important show'
'Cheeks heart from smiling so much, an absolutely tonic for what's going on at the moment'
'Watching her interact with an audience is a tour-de-force'
'Very fun night! I'm normally nervous of interactive theatre but Holly's infectious warmth made the interactive games really fun and removed any potential pressure! A sheer delight!'
'So much fun! Left the theatre feeling full of joy.'
Cast & Creative Team Created and Performed by Holly Delefortrie
Dramaturgy: Laura Killeen
Producer: Louisa Pennell
Lighting & Sound Design: David Somner