Want to voice your opinion about the Camilla-draped white girl with braids but can't seem to find the words (without swearing)? Do you hate seeing girls complain that their fake tan is too dark, or their Mimco doesn't match their outfit? Or perhaps you have some first world problems of your own; like you're too cold with the A/C on but too hot without it, or your online shopping didn't arrive in time for the party? Well we found the show just for you; #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party is an exact mix of just that...
An amazing cabaret performance made of highlighting first world problems and relevant political issues with cleverly written songs, these ladies condescend the audience as easily as their killer vocals fill the room - making this show one not to miss! Self-proclaimed and proud trust-fund white girls Tiffany (Judy Hainsworth) and Madison (Meggan Hickey) are the pinnacle of #besties.
A wonderful display of taking the piss, these ladies are ready to be botoxed up, with dogs that fit in their Mimco bags at the ready, dressed head to toe in Camilla and OTT makeup. With vocals to die for, Tiffany and Madison serenade the audience with songs about climate change, supporting Donald Trump, Adelaide power outages, and of course botox!
A beautifully dark parody of the rich white girl state of mind, bringing this cabaret to life with copious amounts of balloons, glitter and comically-sized pink botox syringes #onpoint. With help from pianist "Miguel", the perfect pair bring hilarity, clarity and charity to the Parlour Tent at RCC.
If you're looking for your dose of laughs caused by relevant satire of the modern white girl, first world problems, botch botox jobs and the mixed bag of peasants that is Adelaide folk, #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party is the perfect show for you this Fringe season.
Where: The Parlour, Royal Croquet Club, Pinky Flat/River Torrens
When: 7:45pm each performing night, additional 4:30pm shows each Saturday
Tickets are still available here, get in quick as their shows tend to sell out!
Header via Adelaide Fringe site.
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