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My Greatest Period Ever

Lucy Peach
Sat 4 April 7:00pm Lower Town Hall
Sat 4 April 7:00pm Lower Town Hall
Don’t just go with the flow – you can use the menstrual cycle to improve your life by harnessing the power of the period.

It’s still a taboo subject – shrouded in mystery, mythology and often shame. It’s a topic people seem scared to talk about or even name. The menstrual cycle, shock! A period, horror! But what if it wasn’t something to be feared, but something that could actually make your life better? Even though over half the population will get periods, there’s a huge lack of credible information about this natural function. Enter Lucy Peach – with a heart of gold, a silver tongue, and a steel-trap wit, this ‘period preacher’ is changing the world one menstruation at a time. With stories, science and songs, this multimedia soiree shows you how to life hack your menstrual cycle from a curse into your ‘Greatest Period Ever’. You’ll have around 450 periods in your life, so use them wisely!

This show may contain strong language, it is recommended for those 14 years and over.

Lucy Peach

Lucy Peach is a folk singer from Fremantle WA, with a parallel career as a Sex Ed teacher. Inspired by Stevie Nicks and her menstrual cycle, ‘My Greatest Period Ever’ is her latest work featuring live illustrations by her husband Richard Berney. After a string of sold out Australian shows women across the country are rejoicing. ‘Period Queen’ the book with accompanying album will be out in June.

“I wish I had a period,” bloke, post show

“A jewel in WA’s musical crown” The West

Winner: WAM Award for Folk Act of the Year 2016

Best of Fringe, WA Australia 2017

Brighton Touring Award, Sydney 2018