CABARET FRINGE REVIEW: PETTY BITCHES

Internationally acclaimed comedy goddesses, Tash York and and Boo Dwyer, come together to deliver the most heartwarming, laugh out loud, sing along dish of petty you could ever want in Petty Bitches.

Petty Bitches is a brilliantly delightful blend of humour, pettiness (of course) and 90s pop culture references. The wit behind the wonderfully reworked lyrics of classic songs will have you wanting to be petty 9-5 and affected in transit.

Whilst astounding on their own, York and Dwyer’s vocals work harmoniously together as do their tremendous talents on Kazoos. Their chemistry is what makes this show – think Kath and Kim or Edina and Patsy from Ab Fab. They play off each other seamlessly throughout the performance and you can’t help but get caught up in the fun they’re having.

Bringing to light all of our inner pettiness and encouraging us to go further into it, their jokes are hilariously relatable, suggestions for future pettiness life changing, and ultimately you just feel better for always being petty towards ‘Cheryl’. Petty Bitches is a must see show if we are ever graced with the Queens of Petty again.

Now remember, those passive aggressive post-it notes won’t write themselves.

My petty sees your petty *click, click*.

4/5 Stars.

Written by Sarah Burley

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