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Eggs Collective are writer-performers based in Manchester. They make sharp, fun, culturally-observational performance for theatres, tv, public places and online.

They make performance that is accessible, comedic and multi-layered, whilst being unafraid to speak its mind and pour out its heart. Their work is politically-charged, but always hospitable and kind.

They write about the way they see the world and what they find funny. They make performance that is accessible, comedic and multi-layered, whilst being unafraid to speak its mind and pour out its heart. Their work is politically-charged, but always hospitable and kind.

Their live work falls somewhere in the cracks between theatre and cabaret. They've taken their shows to the Edinburgh Fringe, Latitude Festival, Soho Theatre and across the UK in two national tours. They've performed in ballrooms, cinemas, toilet cubicles, on bars, traffic islands and stages for events and organisations including Duckie, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Southbank Centre, TED, HOME, Forest Fringe, Contact and Islington Mill.