Evie's run at this years Edinburgh PBH Free Fringe has come to a satisfying end. Click HERE to read all about it!
In Evie's world, a dystopian alternative universe called The Calorie Galaxy, she is punished for being overweight, and humiliated by her 'perfect' sister. So, can she really have her cake and eat it? Satirical cakeaholic and poet Tina Sederholm spends a spongy hour seeking health, happiness and an end to universal suffering.
"...the world-building is creative and gorgeous, full of clever devices and inventive ideas... The show’s message about the damage of societal obsession with weight and size instead of health came across strongly, with Tina’s language fluctuating from luscious to fragile and perceptive, makes for a heady mixture and a very powerful show."
"Original, entertaining and thought provoking."
Audience member, Edinburgh Festival Guide
"...unsettling yet strangely gripping."
Full review by author Jenny Smith:
"My favourite event at the Chipping Norton Literary Festival was in a little room at The Chequers, where Tina Sederholm performed her show: ‘Evie and the Perfect Cupcake’."
Interview by Ann Domoney with Tina about Evie and the Perfect Cupcake.