A LOVE STORY by Anne Marina Fidler
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About the Event
SLUT: A LOVE STORY is a one-woman manifesto of joyous, feminist, sexual exploration. An autobiographical work by a self-identified slut, it examines how lost love, sex work, and technology have shaped that identity. Employing storytelling, dance and audience participation, performer Anne Marina Fidler weaves a tale that is funny, dynamic and sincere.
She uses her rich and charmed sexual history as a base from which the audience is invited to participate in a narrative that celebrates the complexities of sex as part of our fully realised selves, while still acknowledging the collective trauma and shame that patriarchy places on sexuality. ‘SLUT’ demands better casual sex by re-writing the patriarchal narrative of casual hook-ups.
Anne draws upon her skills and experience as a cabaret performer, using comic subversion as well as emotional vulnerability to critically engage with delicate topics. She celebrates the powerful energy of sex while refusing to elevate it to sacrosanct divinity.
SLUT aims to begin to liberate us from patriarchal structuralism and internalised misogyny by recognising both the negative and positive power of sex and encouraging us all to harness and own that power.
Two more performances of our First Year students are being presented the same day, "Where is the rest" by Antti Uimonen" and "I know this much is true" by Katrika Duka. Check out for more information and reserve your spot!
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