THE GIRLY SIDE OF BUTCH

Dates: 05 May - 10 May

Tickets: €16

EUROPEAN PREMIERE

‘Priscilla’ comes to Dublin live and direct from Adelaide Australia! Rochelle, Fifi and Vonni – 3 Australian TV icons in their hilarious cabaret show. From the hey day of “Les Girls” when gender bending was a mystery to all, to sharing their private lives, loves, struggles and outrageous showbiz stories. From Casinos and show stages worldwide, Rochelle and Fifi began as male singer dancers, soon donning a wig and stilettos, while Vonni began as a stripper working in Sydney’s notorious Kings Cross. You laugh, cry and cheer at this live candid insight into the life of Feathers, Sequins and Drag.

International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival

Ricarp Productions (Australia)

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