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The Just F**king Doing It Tour - Rebecca Keil & Emily Writes 2

The Just F**king Doing It Tour - Rebecca Keil & Emily Writes 2

7:00pm, Sun 20 June, 2021
The Tuning Fork, Auckland

Event Details

Returning to The Tuning Fork after a sold out show in May. Doors at 7pm, show starts at 7.30pm

It’s time to treat yourself! Have a night off with your girls and laugh till you cry with Rebecca Keil and Emily Writes. Both are exhausted mums who planned a tour to get away from their kids and both are a bit wild, and both want you to have the night of your life! 

Rebecca and Emily met years ago and have been mates ever since. This is their first tour together and they want to make the regions laugh and cry and feel amazing. If you’ve ever felt like parenting is the best and worst thing that you ever did? This night is for you. If you secretly suck up LEGO pieces by vacuum and tell your kids the park is closed when it’s raining - then this is the night for you! We’ll answer your questions on all sorts of stuff - parenting, sleep, sex, surrogacy, feminism, activism, Hollywood Hunks and body stuff! 

Come for the solidarity and the shared joy and we’ll donate a portion of ticket sales to a local charity. 

About us:

Rebecca Keil is an online personality who from day one has made it clear to her followers that there is no topic off-limits for discussion. She shares her experiences and thoughts on pregnancy, parenting, home life, relationships and friendships - all straight from the heart; all infused with her outrageous sense of humour and unique perspective on life. There are few voices on social media as loud and resonant as Rebecca Keil’s - both literally and metaphorically! Rebecca lives in ĹŒtautahi with her two children and Husband.

Emily Writes is author of the best-selling parenting book Rants in the Dark. Her follow up book Is It Bedtime Yet? Is a collection of parenting essays written while she was editor of The Spinoff Parents. Rants in the Dark is now a play that tours the country and Emily has a popular newsletter: Emily Writes Weekly. Emily lives in Wellington with her husband, two babies and her rescue greyhound Twinkle.