“If you’re concerned, just talk to a member of our staff or, alternatively, swing your legs over the edge of the bed and walk out, remembering to pull the camera from your bum before leaving the hospital.”

Liz has got an embarrassing problem, and these yogurts aren’t helping. Her body’s acting up. After sell-out performances at HOME in 2016, and a national tour of hospitals, this shameless tale of love, laughter and lavatories returns to the stage.

Inviting you on a journey of frank confessions, colourful characters and too much brown sauce, Gutted is based on solo performer Liz Richardson’s real life experiences as a twenty-something living with ulcerative colitis (an inflammatory bowel disease).

Supported by The Wellcome Trust People’s Award, IA: The Ileostomy & Internal Pouch Support Group*, and Arts Council England. Co-produced by The Conker Group and HOME.

19 – 22 July 2017, HOME, Manchester. Tickets here.
2 – 13 August 2017, Jack Dome, Pleasance, Edinburgh. Tickets here.

Making Room are producing the next run of Gutted at HOME and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.