claudio raschellaHarry Clayton Wright TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFestival Favourites Words Kate Copstick What’s your show about? How I learned about sex. My mum, who was a Methodist, never spoke to me about sex and my dad gave me a big bag of gay porn DVDs. The show also deals with my own sexual history – the good, the bad… It’s full on sexplicit and very boundary pushing. What does your Mum think now? My Mum is a big part of the show. I had a chat with her and recorded an interview. It has some lovely moving moments. I hope the audience appreciate her as much as I do. Where will audiences in Edinburgh have seen you before? I started with Miss Behave when I was 24. I was the glamorous assistant, the Debbie McGee in Miss Behave’s Game Show. We took that show from Blackpool to Vegas, which was amazing. Then I joined Briefs, the Australian boylesque troupe, and toured the world for two years. I’m not a trained dancer or an acrobat but I think they saw someone that would be game for being thrown around the stage. Suddenly I became Jane Torvill. Does Sex Education have a strong element of cabaret? There are some ridiculous dance numbers, some stunning outfits including a white lace wedding dress, some funny bits and some conversations with the audience. I make cucumber sandwiches for the audience to eat while we are listening to my mum’s stories. We also watch some of the gay porn my dad gave me when I was a teenager. WHERE & WHEN Summerhall – TechCube 0 7.10 pm, 31 Jul–25 Aug (not 12, 19), from £5 TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.