It’s just a pun, although some of the characters might be witty and off the wrist. After last year’s starters, this is the intercourse before the dessert, whoops sorry I mentioned Bex...
Bexual Healing is a retro character comedy filled show in which we, the audience come across four unlikely socially awkward headstrong female characters from the 1920s-1990s. Each one not only struggling with the quirks of neurodiversity but also trying to break the mold, speak out and seek love.
Bex Turner returns to Brighton Fringe with a brand new work in progress for 2024. Having been performing for quite a few years she's looking to try something new!
Rebekka was a Quarter Finalist in Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Competition and received the Pebble Trust Brighton Fringe Award in 2018. Since then she's taken a variety of fringe shows to festivals such as Edinburgh, Camden, Nottingham, Faversham etc.
"Rebekka Turner plays several highly funny characters with a 'League of Gentlemen' edge." - Simon, Extra Topping Comedy 2023.
"Charming and hilarious...the love child of Tommy Cooper, Eddie Izzard and Victoria Wood’ -Sajeela Kershi, Comedy Cottage.
"Fearlessly funny, gorgeously unhinged and imaginative, you will not get bored watching Rebekka.” -Funny Women
Photo credits to Alexander Voodoo fashion photography, Extra Topping and Sofia Graça.
A gleefully messy performance that's just as surprising as its name suggests. Work-in-Progress, but worth the watch
Venue Accessibility:Assistance Dogs WelcomeAge suitability: 18+ (Restriction)Babes in Arms policy: Under 2's are not allowed at this event.Content Warnings: Audience Interaction Strong Language Loud Noises References to Suicide/Self Harm Depictions and references to ViolenceAdditional Content Warning: Whilst some of the show does reference darker social themes they are subtle or aren't physically 'acted' out. There are references to outdated and old fashioned sexist attitudes. Everything mentioned is specific to the character's personalities.