Sexual politics in the age of all-you-can-eat.

By Leah Shelton

Love latex and hate the patriarchy? Come revel in this steamy takedown of the backlash that’s changing how we live and love and fight and f*ck.

Absurdist lip-synch meets high-camp performance art in this pop-fuelled critique of sexual politics in the age of cynicism.

Nothing is sacred as psycho-siren Leah Shelton trawls through a Pandora’s box of ancient myths, porn, pop-culture, the manosphere, instructional records, and revenge movie heroines. The heat is on.

Created by Leah Shelton (BATSHIT, Polytoxic) and directed by UK performance art royalty Ursula Martinez.

Event Access

AUSLAN interpreted performance: Thursday 31st of August

This production contains adult themes, sexual references, coarse language and nudity, as well as the use of smoke, haze, strobe effects, and loud noises. Earplugs will be available at the venue. Recommended for ages 18+

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If you have special individual access needs, please contact Metro Arts directly on +617 3002 7100 or so they can accommodate you to the best of their ability.

Venue Access

The easiest way to access Metro Arts is to enter West Village from Boundary Street, wander through the garden area, and make your way down Factory Lane.

The West Village retail precinct is wheelchair accessible via travelators, lifts and ramps throughout the precinct.

Event type

Other accessible and inclusive event

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