In a world that seems to grow exponentially in bizarre instability, A Womb of One's Own is a refreshingly funny way to explore some of the issues with society, healthcare and our good friend, the internet.
Wonderbox is an emerging production company run by women who produce, write and perform their original work. Perfectly poised to tackle women's issues and wickedly talented to boot, the play is a one-hour thrill ride into university, life, and what it is to navigate being a young woman in the UK today.
From left: Claire Rammelkamp, Carla Garratt, Danica Corns, and Larissa Pinkham in 'A Womb of One's Own'
A Womb of One's Own is a semi-autobiographical piece by Claire Rammelkamp who also, along with her co-stars, performs as the character Babygirl; a young women discovering womanhood who finds herself unexpectedly pregnant. In an hour of humour, subtlety and great performances, we find ourselves wholly able to identify with Babygirl and deal with a very common problem, that is rarely discussed openly.
Claire Rammelkamp and Danica Corns in a Womb of One's Own