FAT GIRLS IN BIKE SHORTS TAKE ON FRINGE
TANDEM BIKES, WINE, THIGH GAPS, AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN (MOSTLY MORE THIGHS)
TWO FAT GIRLS grabbing life by the ‘handles’ and holding on for the ride rock their debut performance of their original comedy show Fat Girls in Bike Shorts for Perth FRINGE WORLD 2016. Tackling only the ‘big’ issues are Geraldton-er Rosie Sitorus and Mandurah-er Kellee Aberg, two passionate young women who aim to entertain, inspire, and educate the world around them.
“We want people to come to the show who love snacking unnecessarily between meals as much as we do,” Aberg said.
“Not many people know that the secret to a chafe-free Summer is actually $8 at K-Mart.”
Conversations around body-shaming and judgements, their experiences with men and dogs, and how wine makes the world go ‘round are littered hilariously through this sharp, witty, warming show.
“We love life as much as we love cake,” Aberg explained.
“Often people take it upon themselves to let us know we’re fat, which is kind of them as we didn’t realise until they told us.
“The thing is though, body-shaming never made anyone like cake less.”
Offering real-world solutions to chafe, food and dating, the experienced performers will make you feel welcome and allow you to experience and empathise with their sometimes funny, sometimes sad stories, anecdotes and thoughts.
Fat Girls in Bike Shorts
Perth FRINGE WORLD Festival 2016
6pm, Saturday 30 January 2016 at Fish Trap Theatre, Mandurah HubBub (tix $20ea.)
4pm, Sunday 31 January 2016 at Fish Trap Theatre, Mandurah HubBub (tix $20ea.)
6.30pm, day 13 February 2016 at Captain’s Quarters, Geraldton Funtavia (tix $15ea.)
Adelaide Fringe 2016
10pm, Friday 11 March 2016 at Tandanya Café.
10pm, Saturday 12 March 2016 at Tandanya Café.
5.30pm, Sunday 13 March 2016 at Tandanya Café.
All WA shows streamed online at www.thecomedyemporium.com for anyone unable to attend.
Limited tickets on sale from www.thecomedyemporium.com soon.
For more information, hi-res images and interview opportunities please contact:
Kellee Aberg, co-writer and co-performer: 0435 087 439 email@example.com
Julian Canny, TCE director: 0458 306 111 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Comedy Emporium is a locally run and operated arts business that delivers regional Western Australia with comedy entertainment.
Our goal is to develop sustainable comedy performance in local communities by providing the tools they need to grow and nurture local talent. We want to create a performance industry that supports and grows itself, giving everyone a place to come and share a laugh.