Endometriosis is no laughing matter... but we'll give it a (gentle) nudge. Bigger, bolder and more bloated than ever, Libby Trainor Parker is here with a fresh diagnosis of uterus-related fun. Join the award-winning singing support group as they poke fun at pain and being fully sick. After a lifetime of misdiagnoses and pain, Libby dedicates her life to empowering, informing and entertaining endo friendos on how to be chronic and iconic. Pop on your Good Pyjamas and enjoy an evening of laughing till it hurts in all the right places.
Following four consecutive sold out seasons in Adelaide, Endo Days is hitting the road and heading to a town near you!
Endo Days is rated M15+ and is not suitable for children
★★★★1/2 "If only public health education campaigns were this good." The Advertiser
★★★★★ "One of the things that made this show so special was the absolute love and compassion that radiates from Libby to the entire audience" Glam Adelaide
★★★★★ "A must see for anyone with a uterus or knows someone with a uterus" Kids in Adelaide
WINNER Adelaide Fringe 2021 Weekly Cabaret Award
Praise for Endo Days
“An honest and hilarious musical comedy that makes light of an illness that is often left in the dark” - Hifiway
"I laughed, I cried, I cried with laughter and most of all I learnt how to be a better supporter to my own Endo Friendos. A must see for anyone with a uterus or knows someone with a uterus." - KiA
"If only public health education campaigns were this good." - The Advertiser
"One of the things that made this show so special was the absolute love and compassion that radiates from Libby to the entire audience, both to those with endometriosis, those supporting friends and loved ones with endo, or those simply wanting to learn more." Glam Adelaide
Winner: Fringe Weekly Award - Best Cabaret
"Libby is smart, witty, sexy, vulnerable, cute, honest—the most charismatic host you could ask for on a musical learning journey about real pain—and real love, resilience and humour in the face of it." - Mindshare
"Endo Days is more than an evening of charming chronic illness comedy. It is a lifeline of advocacy for people struggling to manage their symptoms." - Radio Adelaide