• Credits

    Created and performed by

    • Em Keagan
    • Ryan Hamilton

    Created by

    • Georgie Wolfe
    • Jonathan Graffam-O'Meara

    👋 Learn more about the team.

  • Content Notes

    This performance is recommended for audiences over 18 years. 

    Full Cream contains references to eating disorders, fat-phobia, sex, death, and suicide.

    The performance contains flashing lights, loud sounds, & nudity.

  • Running Time

    The show runs for around 55 minutes with no interval. There is no lock-out.

  • Funding

    Full Cream was created with the support of Monash Performing Arts Centres & Monash Uni Student Theatre

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  • Acknowledgement of Country

    Full Cream was created on the land of the Woi Wurrung & Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation. The team pays our respects to their elders past & present. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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Lead Sentence

A new play about fat pride, kinship and joy.

Full Blurb

Em & Ryan are housemates.
Em & Ryan are fat.
Em & Ryan are on all the dating apps.

This is a story of two fat queer housemates and the fat joy they found in friendship. It’s a story of chubby chasers and Adele, of jiggling bellies and butter churning, of hookups in UFOs and cock-sucking in Sunbury. It’s a story about what happens when fat people are happy and not the elephant in the room.

Blending verbatim text, devised theatre, and a mukbang, Full Cream imagines a stage where fat people belong. It’s a little slice of utopia served with a side of clotted cream. You’re invited to join the fun, the fiesta, and the feed, and live out your big fat fantasy.

Hold onto your love handles: This is a show for all those who keep track of who’s the fattest in the room, and for all those who are the fattest in the room.

Short Blurb

Hold on to your love handles for a story of fat pride, kinship, and joy. Em & Ryan are housemates, fat, and on all the dating apps. In this story of chubby chasers, Adele, & jiggling bellies, fat people are happy—and not the elephant in the room.


Full Cream tells the real-life story of two fat queer housemates and the fat joy they found in friendship. Coming to (venue) this (date), Full Cream imagines a stage where fat people are happy, and not the elephant in the room.

In an era of diet culture, endless twinks on TV, and fashion that never fits, Full Cream arrives as an antidote—a moment to take joy in every jiggle, and revel in every fold.  Blending verbatim text, devised theatre, and a mukbang, Full Cream charts the experiences, conversations, and friendship between Em Keagan & Ryan Hamilton, from self-hate to self-love. 

Full Cream is also a new theatre company dedicated to fattening Melbourne's stages, and ensuring body diversity is talked about in conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion. Usually, when stories about fat people are told, they look like trauma-porn, or inspiring tales of people losing weight against all the odds—but that's not what life is like for fat people.

Full Cream emerged from the conversations had between Em & Ryan, living and eating together in lockdown, then brought to the stage with designer Georgie Wolfe and fat-theatre-theorist Jonathan Graffam-O'Meara. Full Cream has been in development with Monash Uni Student Theatre & Monash Performing Arts Centre for the past two years. 


For help or extra assets, contact Ryan Hamilton at hey@fullcream.co or 0413 788 678