TICKETS ON SALE! NZ FRINGE
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS is going to the NZ Fringe Festival!
So we have been keeping a little secret, we are not only just heading to NZ but we heading to NZ to perform at the NZ Fringe Festival in Wellington!
We have been forced to keep this little fact hidden until the Festival launch, which happened yesterday, meaning tickets are on sale!
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS @ NZ Fringe
Being a woman in this modern age can suck. You’re expected to stay slim, have Kylie Jenner’s lips, get thousands of likes on instagram and be perfect. It is overwhelming and at times, downright exhausting.
Join us as we jump down the parody rabbit hole into the world of GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS where you’ll laugh, cry and never look at balloons the same way.
Coming direct to Wellington from sell out shows at the Melbourne & Sydney Fringe and the Anywhere Theatre Festival QLD. GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS is the award winning dance theatre parody protested by Sydney’s hipsters.
Hosted by the fierce and witty Mistress of Ceremonies, you will be transported into the surreal world of GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS where anything can happen. This darkly satirical work explores the experiences of modern Australian women by parading their deepest, darkest thoughts and insecurities on stage.
Featuring the music of Benny Benassi, Edith Piaf and Vivaldi (among others), GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS has something for everyone – a lucky door prize, forbidden romance, provocative audience interaction and of course, objectified women.
Dates: 14-17 March, 2019
Times: 8pm, 9:30pm (60 mins) A relaxed performance* will be held on March 14, 8pm
Venue: Te Auaha (Tapere Nui), 65 Dixon St, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
Tickets: Full $20 / Concession $16 / Group 6+ $16 / Group 10+ $12 / Fringe Addict $12
Bookings: NZ Fringe Website or call (+64 4) 212 4725
For all enquiries please contact: Bonnie Curtis, Artistic Director
M: (+61) 420 308 221 E: email@example.com
*Relaxed Performance Information
A relaxed performance is intended specifically to be sensitive to and accepting of audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with sensory and communication disorders or learning disabled people. This means that there is a more casual-than-usual approach to front-of-house etiquette and we ask audience members to be aware of people’s needs to move or make involuntary noise.
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