Bedwetter at The Assembly Theatre

Bedwetter at The Assembly Theatre

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The Assembly Theatre

1479 Queen Street West

Toronto, ON M6R 1A1


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"Bedwetter" - an award winning and critically acclaimed production - is coming to Toronto for two days only!

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You’ve heard the jokes about bedwetters, but have you listened to the stories? Tamlynn Bryson recounts her sometimes heartbreaking, often hilarious, and completely true story of becoming a woman while still feeling like a child.

Tamlynn Bryson used to be fairly quiet about her history of bedwetting. Wetting the bed is a relatively common problem in children, yet people seldom discuss it...aside from making bedwetters the punch line of jokes that usually paint the child as a “nerd” or “loser.” But now, a fully-grown, 28-year-old Tamlynn has decided to break her years of silence. This story will no longer be her deep, dark secret. Combining various theatrical elements including storytelling and sketch comedy, Tamlynn relives her young life as a bedwetter. But this time, she’s the one who gets to make the jokes.

June 4 & 5, 2022 - 8pm

The Assembly Theatre - 1479 Queen St W


“★★★★★ - Wonderfully crafted, funny, and touching” (Theatre in London)

“Bedwetter is a must-see” (Hamilton Today)

“Bryson’s delivery is unfailingly excellent” (ColinThomas.ca)

“Very inspiring” (Steel City Girl Reviews)

“Tamlynn Bryson is a fearless and charming storyteller and performer” (The Georgia Straight)

“Please go see Bedwetter; you’ll be so glad you did” (View Magazine)


“Best New Script” Windsor-Walkerville Fringe, 2017

“Outstanding Ballyhoo” London Fringe, 2017

“Shero Award” View Magazine, 2019


Written by Tamlynn Bryson and Kyle Kimmerly

Performed by Tamlynn Bryson

Directed by Kyle Kimmerly

Stage Management - Shawn DeSouza-Coelho and Kyle Kimmerly

Lighting Technician - Chin Palipane

In accordance with The Assembly Theatre, all audience members must show valid proof of full COVID-19 vaccination and wear masks for the duration of the performance.

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