Raina Greifer (she/they) is a Bristol-based theatre maker and producer interested in exploring themes around sex, consent, and grief. Her work uses puppetry, poetry, and comedy, often examining the intersection between the personal and political. Their debut solo show MANIC won Best Solo Show at FUSE International 2022. Described as “bold and important” (Richard Stamp. Wee Review) the piece looks at the grey area between bad sex and violation. The show has been featured at festivals like NSDF and Edinburgh Fringe, and will be touring nationally in Spring 2023. Other work includes a short form solo piece i love me when he loves me too which was first commissioned by Tobacco Factory Theatre and then by Raze Collective. They were shortlisted for the SH24: Sexual Health Awards 2022 as Young Person of the Year. Raina loves talking about being horny. She loves being dramatic about it.