Award-winning loud, proud queer love story makes its way to London's West End.
Having wowed audiences at both TravFest22 and TravFest23, Bloody Elle is back on the road heading to London's West End.
Written and performed by Lauryn Redding, with an innovative original score, this one-woman, semi-autobiographical gig musical is directed by Bryony Shanahan. Having previously won the Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Fringe Award and been nominated for the Best Regional Production award at the WhatsOnStage Awards 2022, this West End transfer is just another step in this remarkable story's journey!
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Elle meets Eve. Her eyes are green like guacamole, she has posh-hair and a freckle on her chin and when she touches Elle’s arm…the world spins off its axis.
This loud, proud love story is heart-warmingly honest and belly-achingly funny. Stuffed full of those stomach-flipping-time-stopping moments that everyone will recognise.
It’s brutal. It's beautiful. It’s a “moment moment.”
Returning for a strictly limited run after a sell-out TravFest22, Bloody Elle is a gig musical full of searing original music performed live on stage. Building loops and layers of sound, you are transported to a 10,000-seat arena with a ten-piece band or to an intimate sweaty, packed-out gig in the back of a pub.
Grab a pint, and let’s go.