The original producer of the Vagina Monologues brought it to Edinburgh, and the early evening show will include performers and Bev Killick doing shadow puppets of the Taj Mahal and camels with their breasts. They will also be inviting audience members to join a bra-removal competition, and they are topless for much of its 75 minutes.
UK producer Mark Goucher said that while the show breaks taboos, it is not as vulgar like Puppetry of the Penis or late-night cabaret acts. “It is not vulgar, it is not Burlesque. It is really a celebration of women"s bodies," the Scotsman quoted him as saying.
The show is expected to raise thousands of pounds for the Scottish arm of the Breakthrough Breast Cancer. 'Busting Out!", which is aimed mostly at a female audience, has also been billed as a “family show", and both performers are major names on the Australian stage and comedy circuit.