Returning to the Fringe with her first show since 2014’s Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominated Sara Pascoe Vs History, and with a Radio 4 series about evolutionary psychology forthcoming, she’s recently adapted Jane Austen’s Pride And Prejudice for the stage and will spend her days in Edinburgh writing Sex Power Money, the follow-up to her feminist treatise Animal: The Autobiography Of A Female Body, which focuses on male physiology, psychology and hormones.She’s single for the first time since 2001 too, after splitting in December from her partner, fellow comic John Robins.But bleaker parallels emerge in her disquiet about Pride And Prejudice. ” she exclaims, affecting an attack of the vapours.
But after constructive, friendly conversations between them, “there’s nothing he could say that would hurt my feelings, honestly and truly.
But then she shares some of her “grim” research for Sex Power Money.
Out next summer, Pascoe didn’t want to write “a really angry, upsetting book but something level-headed”.
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