2015 Edinburgh Fringe

Not Disabled... Enough!

  • Comedy (60 minutes)
Not Disabled... Enough!. Romina Puma

Romina Puma is a work in progress disabled. She has muscular dystrophy, one of the mildest types of this disease. Having a progressive disease means she has to work out how to deal with the changes throughout her life, but she always finds a funny way. It is hard be disabled, especially if you are not disabled enough! She tells the story of becoming disabled and talks about relationships, sex, wheelchairs and many more things you never knew would make you laugh.

Featuring

Performances

Date Time Venue
6th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
7th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
8th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
9th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
10th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
11th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
12th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
13th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
14th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
15th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
16th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
17th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
19th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
20th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
21st Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
22nd Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
23rd Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
24th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
25th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
26th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
27th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
28th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
29th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters
30th Aug 12.15 The Free Sisters

Reviews

Press articles

Preview: disability at the Fringe

Even though government estimates suggest about a fifth of the working age population are disabled, it is - not unsurprisingly - less than (can you do the maths in your head?...) the proportional 660.

Callum Madge, TV Bomb, 29th July 2015

Fringe 10x10 - 5. Sick humour

Ten Edinburgh shows about health or disability.

Chortle, 24th July 2015

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