The Empire Theatres will tackle the big issues this Saturday when University of Southern Queensland graduate Judy Hainsworth brings her hilarious original cabaret #FirstWorldWhiteGirls: Botox Party to The Armitage Centre.
Performing at the Empire Theatre for the third time having previously appeared in comic cabaret #FirstWorldWhiteGirls in 2015 and Doll in 2016, Judy said Botox Party was like Real Housewives on stage, further satirising first world entitlement and the Instagram obsessed.
Attending self-styled lifestyle coach, wellness guru, philosopher, business woman and natural beauty Tiffany’s Botox Party, the audience will enjoy a hilariously narcissistic blend of comedy and catchy vocals.
“We hold up a grimy mirror to our audience. They get to see the not-so-flattering parts of themselves and have a good laugh. And if they don’t recognise themselves on stage, they can just enjoy a peek into the lives of these rich and heinous women,” she said.
“It’s the sort of show that is great for a girls night out, an excuse to catch up with your squad, have a few laughs.”
Botox Party stars Judy as trust fund princess Tiffany and newcomers Meggan Hickey as Madison, Tiffany’s new best friend on her third gap year and Max Radavan as their long-suffering accompanist Miguel.
Performed in cabaret style in The Armitage Centre, this performance can be enjoyed via a seating bank or at tables, allowing the audience to enjoy a night of wine, cheese and great laughs.
Join the #FirstWorldWhiteGirls for the most exclusive party in town, grab a botox cocktail and join the girls for an outrageous hour of confessions, makeovers, celebrity worship and backstabbing in a hilarious celebration of first world vanity.
Don’t miss this chance to see just how offensive privilege can be.
#FirstWorldWhiteGirls is directed by Lewis Jones.
For more information or to book tickets visit empiretheatre.com.au, call 1300 655 299 or visit the box office at 54 Neil Street.
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