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★★★★ The Stage       ★★★★ Fest       ★★★★ Three Weeks

‘'Glittery, alcohol-fuelled gold’ The Stage | ‘Raucous, joyful abandon’ The Guardian | ‘Seamlessly structured’ Exeunt Magazine 

‘Flies in the face of passive enjoyment’ Manchester Evening News | ‘A pitch perfect Kafkaesque feminist Dreamgirls’ G Scene 

  ‘An utterly beautiful show *****  ’ Duckie | ‘Full of guts and brimming with Northern soul’ Dickie Beau | 'A beautiful nightmare’ Fringe Guru 


You know what we always say - better out than in...


Pinned on the arse-end of a night out, Eggs Collective Get A Round is a show with lipstick on its teeth and Wotsits on its face. A wayward exploration of friendship, kindness and belonging that spills out towards its audience.


In a world that tells us we're not rich, thin or successful enough, Eggs Collective wonder if the basic principles of a good night out might just make the world a better place.


Smart and energetic, entertaining and political, this is a piece of theatre that warms hearts and reeks of Blossom Hill.

“Eggs Collective joyfully take us into their arms, then tenderly open their hearts to the 3am truths beyond face lacquer and consumerism... teary eyes glitter as much as the trio's gold mini dresses and generous smiles, and the love-filled show leaves us

both shaken and stirred.” 

Fest Magazine

“Beyond the salty humour of all this... and it is very funny, performed with wonderful physicality and sharp comic timing – the cast allows recognisable vulnerability and sweetness to emerge”  

The Stage

"Craftily structured, whipping the audience up into a frenzy"

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

"A joyful reflection on the power of female friendship"

Time Out


"Brilliantly powered by sweat, hair and a deep love for all humanity"

Chris Thorpe


"A fresh take on a big night out binge by a fetchingly

talented trio"

Donald Hutera

"Incredible, full of energy, hilarious and theatrically inventive"

New Diorama Theatre

"Smart, sophisticated, funny"

Richard Gregory, Quarantine

"Finds the company at their most dark and nihilistic. Brilliant performances, ferocious ensemble set pieces and rampant desperation on show"

Simon Casson, Duckie


"Laugh out loud funny and deeply touching, full of guts and warmth and brimming with northern soul. Eggs Collective are superb, vivacious, very special performers and they fizz with a chemistry that is irresistible. Absolutely one of the most exciting and accessible performance troupes in the UK today" 

Dickie Beau



May 2014 | Scratch at Pulse Festival, The New Wolsey, Ipswich

June 2014 | Work in progress at CPT, London

July 2014  | Work in progress at Royal Exchange, Manchester and Latitude Festival, Suffolk

Aug 2014 | The Counting House, Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Spring 2015 | Contact, Manchester | Lakeside Theatre, Colchester | Cast, Doncaster | Buzzcut Festival, Glasgow |

Theatre In The Mill, Bradford | The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton | Battersea Arts Centre, London | Derby Theatre |

Pulse Festival, The New Wolsey, Ipswich | Incoming Festival, New Diorama, London

Spring 2016 | GIFT Festival, Gateshead | Soho Theatre, London |

The Railway Inn, Halifax for Square Chapels' Plays in Pubs season

August 2017 | Edinburgh Fringe | Summerhall 



Commissioned by Contact. Developed with public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.




Mark Whitelaw: Dramaturg

Mark Distin: Lighting Design

Ben Mellor: Stage Manager (tour 2015)

Rob Athorn: Production Manager (tour 2016)

Amy Chandler: Production Manager (tour 2016)

Sian Baxter: Stage Manager (Edinburgh 2017)

Roxanne Moores: Producer (2014)

Top image: Roshana Rubin-Mayhew

Production images: Richard Davenport

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