Who knew carrots could be oh so sexy? Redheads definitely did. The Redhead Cabaret are back this year with another fiery show. This one will leave you on the edge of your seat, a bit wet and calling out “YES MISTRESS” to every question you get asked.
Back for the fourth year in a row is The Redhead Cabaret with their new show, The Redhead Cabaret: Carrot Tops (+ bottoms). This time round you can expect a dozen redheaded performers delivering a show you don’t want to miss.
Don’t be alarmed, this show isn’t just for redheads -- but it is also definitely for them as proven by the four redheaded women in the line ahead of me. It’s for anyone who’s craving a bit of late night burlesque on their Fringe weekends. Saturday night was no disappointment, despite a 20 minute technical delay, as the assortment of performers entertained you at every moment.
We all know how cabaret and burlesque shows go. The performers come out, the audience screams and cheers as every little bit of skin is revealed. There was no lack of that in this, but there was the presence of some surprising acts. Think fire twirling, slam poetry, and a lot of carrots. A lot of carrots.
If you’re in the front row for this show (and I suggest you try to be) get prepared to get a bit wet… Well, wetter than the rest of the audience. Raunchy, radiant, and roaring to go, these redheads will give you a show you’ll want more of.
Rating: 4/5 stars.
The Redhead Cabaret: Carrot Tops (+ bottoms) is on the last weekend of the Fringe in Gluttony at Empire Theatre. Buy tickets here.
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