They may not be everyone's cup of tea but you really should visit Edith Vale, Margaret River and Caroline Springs before they die and hear about their fabulous adventures and misadventures.
Dressed to the 'nines', these gals have been everywhere. There's no wool you can pull over their eyes or fluff you can tweeze from under their hair rollers. These broads are dignified by experience, dressed by David Jones, smell like Eau de Cologne, and they aren't afraid of a giving a good old spanking. With the shoulders of a rugby player and the legs of ballerinas, these dames are the queens of self-preservation and refined bedlam.
From accosting lesbians at Mardi Gras in Sydney and climbing the Harbour Bridge, to fruit picking over the border and playing detective, these girls have 'history' and they are ready to share it. Be inspired by their collection of teaspoons from the places they have lived and travelled to - from Alice Springs to Esperance and Darwin - and their very generous hospitality.
A visit with Edith, Margaret and Caroline is an intimate experience restricted to five people per session. So, don't delay - the old ducks are waiting for you! Pack some choccie bikkies, storm to the Comedy Festival box office and grab tickets to this hilarious show. You'll be glad you did and if you're lucky, you might even get a nice cuppa of tea and a nice (i.e. pronounced 'niece') or a Scotch finger biscuit for your trouble, or another special surprise.