Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party

The Furies present
Fringe Wives Club

Named a Top Five Adelaide Fringe Show by the Guardian earlier this year, this champagne-fuelled power trio are unleashing their UK debut with original songs, epic dance moves and an explosion of sequins! This ‘irresistibly energetic’ (Chortle) extravaganza is fierce, feminist and furiously funny.

Winner: Best Cabaret, Adelaide Fringe 2018. Nominated: Best Newcomer, Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2017. Starring Victoria Falconer (Time Out London’s Top 10 Cabaret Stars, EastEnd Cabaret), Tessa Waters (Winner: Best Comedy Weekly, Adelaide Fringe 2017) and Rowena Hutson (Winner: Best Comedy, Melbourne Fringe 2015).

 “A cult feminist disco not to miss”
Fest ★★★★
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@PhoebeEclair @bushtheatre @atri_rohan This was absolutely bloody brilliant. I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen… https://t.co/8yMzYUUzG6
Claire
@CustardWindows
14 Apr
@bushtheatre's Harm was phenomenal. No lie it had me literally shouting at the screen.
Igor Memic
@IgorMemic
14 Apr
Jen's Cupcakery
@Jenscupcakery
13 Apr
Would HIGHLY recommend Lights Up: Harm on BBC Four, directed by the amazing @atri_rohan!
Alfred Ireland
@98ireland
13 Apr
That was frickin brilliant! Spellbinding storytelling. @bushtheatre Leanne Best is phenomenal. Hooray for theatre!… https://t.co/UkiK2nj46P
Kaisa Hammarlund
@KaisaHammarlund
13 Apr

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