Review: The Fringe Wives Club in Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party
It is a truth universally acknowledged that there’s a conspiracy against women when it comes to clothing having pockets, and the Fringe Wives Club are here to proclaim loudly that they’re not going to take it any more, with Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party. Tessa, Rowena and Victoria take to the stage in fantastically glittery jumpsuits, resplendent with vagina epaulettes, and their own particular brand of #Glamtavism, rocking the audience all night long.
Patriarchy, prepare to be smashed like the shards of a disco ball. Audiences, prepare to have your mind – and pants – blown.
Unashamedly brazen and in your face, no stone is left unturned, no topic barred. Not for the easily squeamish, but also very accessible; it’s a fine line that the Fringe Wives Club walk, but they do so masterfully, skilfully weaving together music and comedy and utterly unapologetic feminism. It’ll touch you in all the right places, and it’s no surprise that they’re one of this year’s Moosehead Award recipients, allowing the performers the opportunity to create something incredible. If you’ve every wondered how to align your noble ideals with enjoying shaking it at clubs, this may be the perfect show for you.
Glittery Clittery: A ConSENSUAL Party is on till 22 April. Tickets start at $22 – buy them at the MICF website.