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Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party

RAD LIFE

Adelaide Fringe '18 Review: Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party

Mikaela Pontecorvo

Hold onto your seats you’re about to witness an all singing, all dancing, all feminist, glittery, disco extravaganza! These three women, also known as the ‘Fringe Wives Club’, are here to encourage and empower women and men to express their true, authentic self.

Tessa Waters, Rowena Hutson and Victoria Falconer are loud, proud and ready to rule! Part cabaret, part activism, these #Glitterqueens are fighting against society to prove that they are more than ‘just tits’; they are smart, they are driven and they were born to SLAY.

Nothing is off limits when these three women hit the stage; they educate the audience on ‘the goon’ (you’ll soon find out what that is) and everything about it; dating back to history when women and their lady bits were first recognised and spoken about.

Political and gutsy the Fringe Wives Club fight for the rights to talk sexual, be tough, empower others and join the movement to push for a change in society. They teach us that no matter your sexuality, culture, colour of your skin or gender, that we need to stand together and join forces to see a world-wide change. They touch on the structure of society and how we are automatically put into groups, defining us from our childhood. Through song, dance, improv (and glitter) they fight back and encourage us to do so too.

The Fringe Wives Club are the voices of females and those who suppress their true self. They encourage real stories, authentic people, the right to speak and most importantly inspire us to embrace the true essence of who we are. They are here to create a space to educate, love, accept, speak and spread their glittery goodness to the people of Adelaide.

If you want to laugh, feel empowered and hear some real talk, do yourself a favour and go see Glitter Clittery: A Consensual Party!

Star rating: 4 out of 5 stars.