Dates and Times

Thu 8 Oct, 2015 to Fri 9 Oct, 2015 at 9pm

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Ticket information

£12 / £10

Book Tickets

Part of Calm Down, Dear 2015

Check out the offers we’ve got running throughout the festival below. The discount will be automatically applied to your basket – just add the tickets in and we’ll do the rest.

DOUBLE BILL OFFER: Catch Stud in a double bill with Joan on Thu 8 and Fri 9 Oct for just £16.
FESTIVAL PASS: Get involved with the whole festival and pick up a festival pass. Any five shows for £40!

Presented by Eilidh MacAskill

A new solo performance about penis envy, masculinity, horses and DIY.

Tell me about it, Stud…

Well, Dr Freud tells me I’m missing something and I think he’s right. He tells me that until I get over it and turn my desire for that missing thing into a desire for a baby, I’m gonna be in deep shit. He also tells me he doesn’t really get chicks…

In STUD, Eilidh MacAskill dons her chaps and asks if size really does matter. As she explores her own female masculinity with some help from Dr. Freud himself alongside a patriarchal DIY expert, a macho cowboy and the famous talking horse Mister Ed, Eilidh ponders if she has Penis Envy or of it’s all a load of bollocks.

A stripped back show about penis envy, masculinity, horses and DIY, for anyone who likes their psychoanalysis heteronormative and their cowboys in the buff.

“A fully-frontal assault…hilarious and whimsical…cogent and provocative” ★★★★ Mary Brennan, The Herald

“MacAskill’s performance is full of kinks as she offers a challenge to misogyny.” Amelia Forsbrook, Exeunt

About the artist 

Eilidh MacAskill is a Glasgow-based artist and Artistic Director of Fish And Game. Her work straddles theatre and live art and is loosely inspired by Nature. She creates challenging and experimental live events for a range of contexts that, through the use of absurdity and humour make the familiar strange.

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