I Wish I Had A Moustache is a coming of age story that explores beauty, gender anxieties and the taboo of body hair.
Can you be a modern day feminist and also feel the immemorial need to shave your legs? Join Keisha Thompson on her comedic, at times disturbing, journey to find out if she has a problem with her gender, her culture or just herself.
Keisha Thompson is a Manchester-based writer, performer and singer who has been writing
since her primary school days. She has supported artists such as Saul Williams, Amiri Baraka and Kate Tempest.
I Wish I Has A Moustache is an accomplished piece of theatre by a young theatre maker. It is honest and affecting. A tightly written and beautifully performed confessional tale. 4.5 Jo Beggs The Review Hub
“Thompson’s clever and considered brand of confessional, intimate storytelling, punctuated
with brutal honesty and lyrical poetry is right at home in live performance.”
Laura Maley – Cultural Shenanigans