Farts, toots, passing wind: Christa Hughes on turning funny body sounds into a hilarious kids' show

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Tue 17 April 2018

12 mins

There’s a new theatre performance that is sure to entertain children and parents alike.

Entertainer Christa Hughes has turned her impressive talents to recreating and exploring the many sounds our bodies make. It’s called The World According to Farts and Other Extraordinary Sounds of the Human Body.

Christa has even gone to pains, putting her body and bowel on the line, to create a f-artistic soundtrack for the show, which had Shevonne Hunt in stitches.

For more information on the performance check out The Flying Nun’s website.

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