Fran Bushe thinks her vagina might be broken! • Hush-Hush Sex News


How on earth do you break your vagina?

We don’t know, but Fran Bushe does. And it sounds painful.

The Diary Of My Broken Vagina brings a fresh and honest perspective to female  sexual struggles, dealing with a very real problem head on in a laugh out loud way. This bold and brave female led comedy will probably teach us all something about sex.

Written by Fran Bushe and based on her real diary entries, this bold alternative comedy follows Fran, who is pretty certain her vagina is broken. She’s been struggling with what should be the most natural thing in the world! Sex.

Sex is easy, right? Surely everything should just click right into place? But for Fran it never has. Instead doctors treat her like she’s wasting their time and her best friend is running out of helpful suggestions. The truth is, Fran’s being trying to fix this since she was 17. Now at 30 years old and after years of faking it, Fran has finally decided to fix her vagina and she can see only one option: Sex Camp!

Fran has worked with Brook and Sexpression:UK to improve sex education and discuss taboos around female sexuality. Now she’s made a mini pilot for Channel 4 and talks about vaginas and pleasure, and that can only be a good thing.

Most recently, Fran has been a sketch writer for Comedy Central’s all female sketch show ‘Laughing at Salad’. Her play ALIVE DAY will be published in ‘Short Plays with Great Roles for Women’ this November.

Fran Bushe thinks her vagina might be broken and she’s determined to fix it in this Comedy Blap

About Fran Bushe

Fran is an award-winning playwright, performer and comedian. Her plays have been performed at Soho Theatre, The Roundhouse and she has been a resident artist at Pleasance Theatre, Arts Depot and Theatre Deli.

During its sell-out run, Fran’s multi-award-winning play, Ad Libido, received four stars in The Guardian, as well as being listed as one of their top shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe.

Fran is a playwright, performer and comedian. Her work has been performed at The Soho Theatre and The Roundhouse and she has been a resident artist at Pleasance Theatre, Arts Depot and Theatre Deli.

Last year Fran developed and performed her award winning play Ad Libido, which was selected for Litmus Fest at the Pleasance Theatre. Ad Libido had a successful run at VAULT Festival (‘Highly Commended’ award winner, ★★★★ The Stage) and at Pleasance Theatre (Sold Out run, ★★★★ The Guardian, one of the Guardian’s top shows to see at the Edinburgh Fringe).

She is a writer for Comedy Central’s sketch comedy show Laughing at Salad and Ad Libido is currently in development for television. Her play Alive Day will be published in 20 Short Plays with Big Roles for Women (Routledge Books). She has written features for The GuardianCosmopolitanMetro and has been a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.  

Follow Fran on Twitter & Instagram: @franbushe





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