The hilariously spectacular Fat Girls in Bike Shorts are back for Fringe 2017
Western Australian powerhouse duo Rosie Sitorus and Kellee Aberg will again bedazzle audiences on Australia's world renowned Fringe stages with their hilariously spectacular show Fat Girls in Bike Shorts.
With an array of show stopping costumes and the showiest of show tunes, Fat Girls in Bike Shorts, offers a hilarious glimpse into the life of two fat girls who are grabbing life by the ‘handles’ and holding on for the ride.
The show guarantees non-stop laughs and covers the ‘all too true’ lessons on why $8 at Kmart is all you need for a chafe-free summer, and why body shaming never made anyone like cake less.
Produced by arts production enterprise The Comedy Emporium, Fat Girls in Bike Shorts is one of the most successful Fringe shows coming out of regional Western Australia.
Last year the show received four stars for performances at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Hubbub Mandurah, and sold out at Geraldton’s award winning Fringe World hub, Funtavia.
The Comedy Emporium Ringleader Julian Canny said “If you love life as much as you do snacking unnecessarily between meals, do yourself a favour and book a ticket to this show.”
This year Fat Girls in Bike Shorts will be performing at Fringe World’s Hubbub in Mandurah on February 2 and 3 and Perth Town Hall on February 6 to 12.
Tickets are from $18 and are available online at www.fringeworld.com.au
Fringe audiences went wild for Fat Girls in Bike Shorts last year and with even more glitter, tighter bike shorts and showey-er show tunes set for this year’s show, Fat Girls in Bike Shorts should definitely be on your must see list for Fringe 2017.
"insightful and incisive, and – most importantly – had the packed out theatre in hysterics from start to finish." -Rotunda Media
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