Describe your show to us:
Hot Brown Honey is an unapologetic, empowering, genre-defying rollercoaster of a show featuring phenomenal women storming centre-stage. It’s a theatrical explosion that shatters preconceptions, where you get to feel all the feels, celebrating of our similarities and differences at the same time. Boom!
How does it feel returning to Edinburgh after your success last year?
We are so excited to be heading back to Edinburgh. It was truly thrilling to be in the international stage and connect with local, national and international audiences. It definitely felt like the movement was moving – so we are ready to take it next level. This year we are looking forward to bringing back the One Million Stars Against Violence project, collaborating with Indigenous Activist Artists Article 11 at the Canada Hub, reconnecting with the local young women we met through the Scotland YWCA’s Feminist Fest, insightful dialogues with the Artists Of Colour Meet Up created by the Pursuit of Nappiness and keeping it real on all levels with The Sick of The Fringe.
What is your top Fringe survival tip?
Decolonise and Moisturise. Every. Single. Day.
What is the best and worst thing about the festival
The worst thing about the festival is not being able to be everywhere we want to be. So much amazing work! The best thing about the festival is just how many game changers there are in one place at one time. From artists to audiences there is a sense of possibility at the festival that is like nothing else.
Image: Ian Evans
WHERE & WHEN
Hot Brown Honey, Assembly Roxy, 2-27 August (not 9, 14, 21), 9pm, from £16