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The Desperettes

DATE
Friday 27 January at 8pm
Saturday 28 January at 8pm

WHERE
Gasworks Arts Park
The Pink Pavilion

TICKETS
Full $28
Concession $24
Group (6+) $20
Early Bird Ticket: $20
(Early Bird Tickets only available until midnight 15th January)

WARNINGS
This performance contains adult themes. 18+

ACCESS
Wheelchair Accessible

Gasworks Arts Park presents

The Desperettes

A Guide to Being a Wingman

Too long have the secrets of being a wingman been guarded by hetero men. Well not anymore! The Desperettes are girls dressed as boys, using these techniques for picking up while wearing giant pink beehives.

Do you know how to avoid a “clitterference” scenario? Are you sure you know all THE best pick up lines? Are you REALLY happy spooning your pillow alone each night?

After sell out seasons at Perth Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe festival The Desperettes are back on their quest to pick up the D.

Join Daisy (Belinda Hanne Reid), DeeDee (Natasha York) and Delilah (Lisa Woodbrook) in a hilarious night out as they learn the techniques for being a Wingman. In this comedy cabaret, expect sharp wit and tight three-part harmonies as these girls defy gender while singing (and sometimes rapping) a huge soundtrack of pop hits, including Destiny’s Child, Justin Timberlake and Salt’n’Pepa!

Gasworks Arts Park in partnership with The Village Festival will transform the park into a magical Midsumma hub so you can linger longer to enjoy all the festivities. Take selfies with the giant inflatable rainbow, and wander around the park to enjoy the bar-and-lounge, Cuddle Puddle, 10 Minute Dance Party Caravan, Penny Candy Sideshow and more.

Contains adult themes. Recommended over 18 only.

“The Desperettes nail the satire and deliver a
memorable and sharp cabaret show.★★★★”
Theatre People
“A polished, satirical piece of theatre that induces non-stop laughter and a feeling of inspired sass that remains long after the performance concludes.” ★★★★ Arts Hub
“Hilariously Entertaining!” ★★★★ – The Music
“True feminism without even trying… Sharp, satirical and relatable with the voices of Motown angels. A winning combo.” – We Know Melbourne
“Laugh out loud funny… cleverly exposing double standards and ridiculous trends of the dating world, all while smashing out your favourite naughties ballads” – The Australia Times
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