F*ck Fabulous image by Alexis Desaulniers-Lea
This is a Protest Party!
Serving post-punk, anti-glamour realness, F*ck Fabulous is a radical, multi-artform, variety show with it’s tongue firmly planted in it’s cheeks.
Bringing together fierce queers, femmes and rebels in a show that celebrates female-masculinity, rejoices in gender-queer visibility and celebrates femme identities in diverse bodies. Hosted by Yana Alana, this epic ensemble work is where drag, visual art, trash-fashion, dance, circus and live music collide.
With performances by circus icon Jess Love, queer side-show clown Dale Woodbridge-Brown, performance artist Nicci Wilks, dance duo Glitter & Snatch, aerial contortionist Seth Sladen, Drag King Koko Ma$$, performance wunderkammer Gabi Barton and our drummer boi Bec Matthews.
F*ck Fabulous is an epic ensemble work, representing alternative ideas of sexy, reveling in the ridiculous and a collective reimagining of what it means to be Fabulous.
"Rough, affirming, unapologetic"
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Dates & Times
|WHEN||20-24 Apr, 27 Apr-2 May | Tue-Fri 8pm | Sat 4pm & 8pm | Sun 5pm|
|PREVIEW||Tue 20 Apr 8pm|
|AUSLAN||Fri 30 Apr 8pm|
|DURATION||2hrs including 20 minute interval|
|FULL||$50 Fri-Sat 8pm | $45 Tue-Thu, Sat 4pm, Sun 5pm|
|CONC||$45 Fri-Sat 8pm | $40 Tue-Thu, Sat 4pm, Sun 5pm|
|GROUP||$35.00 - (Min 6)|
|INFO||Online orders may be subject to a Service Charge of up to $8.95 per order, plus any optional additional postage charges. Concession prices apply to pensioners, unemployed, full-time students, health-care card holders, Victorian carer card holders, MEAA members and children under 16.|
Arts Centre Melbourne - Fairfax Studio
100 St Kilda Rd, MelbourneGet directions
TramAny Swanston St tram to stop 14
WARNINGSNudity, Coarse language, Strobe lights, Smoke/Haze, Warning: Not recommended for those aged under 16 years. Contains full and partial nudity; adult themes; urine therapy; sexual references; strong language; strong women; haze and smoke; loud noises; loud opinions; strobe lighting; unapologetic queers; themes on adoption; and working artists. Photography and filming prohibited.