FRINGE REVIEW: THE DESPERETTES, GLUTTONY, MARCH 2017

With so much to choose from this Adelaide Fringe, it’s difficult to know what to choose. Well, if you want bawdy comedy, gorgeous harmonies, parody songs and a rollicking good time, check out The Desperettes at Gluttony.

Adorned with┬áhot pink beehives and suit and tie, the trio take us through the ultimate guide to being a wingman – lady style.

It’s fun, silly, clever, crazy and very left of centre, which is everything you could possibly want from a Fringe show!

The three women are looking for love and they sing the audience through the trials and tribulations of single life while trying their hand at being a wingman.

There’s plenty to love about this raucous comedy cabaret and if you’re up for a good time and don’t take things too seriously, you’ll fall in love with these three talented women.

Not just for all the single ladies, The Desperettes will make you giggle, whatever your relationship status.

4 stars

Reviewed by Libby Parker

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