Presented by Libby Trainor Parker in collaboration with Queensland’s peak body for endometriosis QENDO, Endo Days will play two shows at Brisbane Powerhouse on 13 August.
The award-winning comedy cabaret that aims to educate, empower and ‘endo-tain’ patients, supporters, health practitioners, and community surrounding the one in nine people with the incurable pain condition.
Having enjoyed four sold-out seasons at Adelaide Fringe with five-star reviews, Endo Days is hitting the road as part of a book tour promoting Libby’s memoir of the same name.
“Endo Days is such a fun show, which resonates with endo patients, as well as their partners, doctors, and supporters,” Libby Trainor Parker says. “And the book tells the stories of patients, parents, partners and medical professionals from all over the country with my story as the central narrative. We can’t wait to bring both book and show to Brisbane in partnership with QENDO, an organisation that has been instrumental in changing so many lives through education, care, awareness and community.”