Cum one, cum all, delight in the holy sensorium that is ‘Taste Her’ from The Church of the Clitori.
We welcome people with and from the clitoris, from where we all doth cum to honour and celebrate the Clitoris as the biological and symbolic power of the feminine in each of us. Expect an uplifting, engorging evening of praise as the high priestess delivers her sermon from the mound. Raise your voice – in song as we gently touch upon the history and science of the clit.
At the Church of the Clitori you will find laughter, direction, truth and guidance to the highest of all worshipping acts – LOVE – self-love, consistent self-love is the highest form of worship.
Audience members have described it as “Amazing. All hail the Church of the Clitori.” “..took me places I didn’t know I was allowed to go.” “I haven’t laughed so much in years.” “I went straight home and ordered a vibrator.”
This limited run of our new show is written and performed by award-winning multi-talented artists; Lillian Rodrigues-Pang, Malika Reese, and Tia Wilson. Outside eye; Simone O’Brien. Costumes; Virginia Settre. Supported by Arts on Tour and BrandX.
Cum. Together we shall build the Clitoracy.
The performance team that is the Church of the Clitori is a collective of brown power women.
Lillian Rodrigues-Pang is an internationally acclaimed, award winning oral storyteller. She has performed on international and Australian festival mainstages and theatres and produces events such as Wollongong’s Refugee festival, community festivals on Dharawal land and multilingual storytelling festivals.
Malika, has been a professional performer for over two decades. She is a public speaker, comedian, musician, and writer. She has spoken and sung at a variety of events, from weddings to funerals, birthday parties to Tedx. Malika Elizabeth is a second generation songwriter and has produced a stage play.
Tia Wilson is a comic performer/actor/musician with a passion for edgy cabaret and quirky comedy. Tia has performed at a variety of festivals, in various guises, including Adelaide Fringe, Woodford Folk Festival and has been a regular at the Illawarra Folk Festival for the last 15 years.
Brown's Mart Theatre
Ticket price $15.00 - $25.00
RestrictionsContains adult themes Contains strong language Contains trigger warnings for those abused by the Church This show is suitable for teenagers
• Licensed Venue
• Wheelchair Accessible
• Offer gender neutral toilets
• Have a fully accessible public toilet that is unlocked
• Access to the smoking and bar areas are wheelchair friendly
• Accessible by public transport
• Car park suitable for wheelchair transportation available within 2 minutes of the venue entrance
• Staff are trained to respond to allergies
• Staff are trained in basic disability awareness
• Epi-pen on site
• Signage is clear, large and easy to read (for people with vision impairment)
• Assistance dogs welcome
• Seating options are available in all spaces
• Railing is used where appropriate (stairs and toilets etc)
• Use of Braille and/ or tactile signage in the toilets