[Cancelled] FISH DON’T BLEED

Dates and Times

Sat 23 May 2020 at 9pm

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Ticket information

£12/10 (conc.)

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Presented by ELOINA


Whilst throwing a middle finger up to the patriarchy, FISH DON’T BLEED contrasts the twisted truth behind fairy tales, with the stories that we are told about our bodies as young, growing women.

Following ELOINA’s autobiographical story of starting her period at age 10, the show depicts the extreme lengths that young women are expected to go to, in order to conceal the most natural part of their life.

It is refreshingly honest. It is filled to brim with rage. You will leave questioning what they taught you at school. You will leave square dancing. And you will leave yelling “DOES ANYBODY HAVE A F*CKING TAMPON” down the street.


The performance contains nudity and strong language. Recommended age rating 12+.


The company believes there are no health warnings for this performance.

If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by calling 0207 419 4841 or email James, our General Manager on [email protected].

About the company

ELOINA is a performance artist, a clown and a bleeding woman. Every time ELOINA square dances, a fairy dies.

Her work provokes the patriarchy by unapologetically disregarding the taboo-standard of body hair, masturbation and menstruation. She celebrates the growing, oozing body in all its chaotic grotesqueness and blows it up on stage into a clown-like spectacle.

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Image credit (c) EloinaHaines

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Upcoming Performances

Sat 23 May, 2020
9:00 pm