‘To the women who don’t have hair growing on their…’
Ever sat Opposite a friend and wondered am I pretending to be someone else for this person? Shaday is still trying to figure out who she is. But aren’t we all? Following Shaday’s late diagnosis with Alopecia Universalis, she has spent her life picking apart her identity, whether that be for the hair and beauty industry, her white peers, the patriarchy, or her loved ones. This work-in-progress show is a mixture of truthful poetic stories, shame, and grotesquely LOUD moments.
Will you Join Shaday in ‘UNIVERSALIS’ as she discovers when masks become destructive?
This show contains spoken word, performance art, and some musical numbers if you fancy a dance.