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Sex Worker’s Opera comes to Mumford Theatre in Cambridge

PUBLISHED: 15:28 27 October 2017

The cast of Sex Worker's Opera. Photo: Julio Etchart.

The cast of Sex Worker's Opera. Photo: Julio Etchart.


Following a string of sell-out performances, the award-winning Sex Worker’s Opera is coming to the Mumford Theatre on Saturday 4 and Monday 6 November.

Comprised of 50 per cent sex workers, the provocative show gives a platform for sex workers who are tired of being spoken for.

This honest and uplifting show collides opera with hip-hop and incorporates sound art, projections and poetry to showcase the lives of sex workers around the world.

Experimental Experience provides a platform to tell the unheard stories of Sex Workers from 17

countries across five continents, exploring a street worker giving marital advice, a webcam model

and her ventriloquist dummy and a daughter making career choices in a male-dominated world.

Performances start at 7.30pm each night.

Tickets, £12.50 general, £10.50 concessions and £8.50 students, are available from


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