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Confetti: Pretty, but a bit of a mess
 

Do you feel like a giant mess? Like you’ve not quite got it together? If you’re about catchy pop bangers (especially the 90’s, Backstreet boys, Spice girls, Vengaboys) , have ever had a terrible boyfriend/girlfriend, had a bit of an issue with alcohol, an obsession with drag queens or have ever been body shamed … Then this show is for you!!

It’s just like Confetti, it’s being a mess but not being ashamed of it because that’s what is truly beautiful. Come along for a night of pop anthems, hilarity and see living proof that it’s called a trash can for a reason, not a trash cannot.

“Ashy Rose belts out the pop bangers in this fun show about learning to embrace your imperfections.” ★★★★ – Sam About Town

Written and performed by Adelaide born Ashy Rose who previously starred as Delilah in the hit five-star award-winning show The Desperettes: Guide to Being a Wingman, performed at Midsumma, Perth and Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

“More pop than a freshly opened Pringles packet.” – The Upside News

“Ashy Rose is a triple threat powerhouse vocalist whose Fringe show is packed with laughter, glamour, and the harsh realities of growing up and always wanting more… and then getting it!” – The Iconic Blonde

 

Venue: Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney NSW
Dates: Friday 19 July 2019 – Friday 19 July 2019
Bookings: Bondi Feast Festival

https://tix.bondifeast.com.au/Events/Confetti-Pretty-but-a-bit-of-a-mess-/Thu-Jul-18-2019-20-45

 

 

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