Presented by the Fringe Wives Club, Glittery Clittery: a conSENSUAL party is a late-night cabaret-comedy fusion where glamour meets activism to create a feminist #GLAMTAVISM. With the celebration of the female genitalia at the heart of the performance, Glittery Clittery celebrates individuals who have, identify with, are curious about, or merely want to get amongst a vulva.
Smashing the patriarchy has never seemed quite as much fun as it did during Glittery Clittery—a performance with an all-female cast tackling sexism, gender and race, with a raucous and joyous glee. Taking centre stage throughout the entire 60 minutes are three incredible women, who are all already well-established at the Adelaide Fringe. Tessa Waters (the comedy superstar herself), Rowena Hutson (the awe-inspiring comedian and storyteller), and Victoria Falconer-Pritchard (the musical powerhouse beauty) are the perfect trio to lead us on this explosive and festive journey for a new world order.
Highlighting the importance of pockets, providing a Year 10 Sex Ed refresher, and recounting women’s rights throughout history is what you can look forward to from the Fringe Wives Club. The show will double as your late-night entertainment and an educational viewing, as the size, amount of nerve endings, and location of the clitoris are all up for question (and their respective answers). Oh, and did you know that 'Australia got the clit'? If you want some context, you’ll just have to attend the show.
These endowed Fringe Festival queens unapologetically know how to entertain the crowd as they conquer society’s patriarchy through wisecrack comedy, anarchic (yet consensual) audience interaction, femininity, and sex.
Star rating: 5/5
What: Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party
When: 17th – 18th March
Where: Le Cascadeur at The Garden of Unearthly Delights
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