Busting Out! Tits, boobs, melons, jugs, bazookas. Whatever you want to call them the comedy show Busting Out has them aplenty.

Comedians Emma Powell and Bev Killick are a daring duo who brazenly bare their breasts in a clever, silly and often hilarious show.

Killick kicks off with a one-woman comedy act celebrating and knocking the female body and various bodily functions. Her frank and heartwarming performance is side-splittingly funny, a wonderful ice-breaker for the rest of the evening.

After a short interval Powell and Killick team up and strip off their tops to perform a series of antics with their boobs. If this type of humour is likely to get on your tits then this is not your show.

This act is for those who can see the funny side to mammary mannequins that rival puppetry of the penis. In fact Killick was also the opening act for the popular “Puppetry of the Penis”.

In Busting Out, Powell and Killick use their considerable talents to expose boobs and bras of all different shapes and sizes. Powell and Killick also display amazing vocals with the satirical songs that accompany the lubbly-jubbly jokes.

While this is laugh-out-loud comedy, it is also challenging the nonsensical notions that women (and men) hold about how women should be shaped. Not always tasteful, sometime puerile this is a fun-filled show that is overwhelmingly hysterical.

A G Productions presents

Venue: Her Majesty's Theatre, 58 Grote Street, Adelaide.
Dates: 24 Mar 2009 - 24 Apr 2009
Tickets: $49.90 - $39.90
Bookings: www.bass.net.au

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