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A murderous, drag re-imagining of the 2000 Olympics
It's the year 2000 and one of the drag queens on the Fringe World Gold Digger stage is wearing the skirt I wore clubbing on when 1999 ticked over to the new millennium.
Only she's wearing it better.
This show transports you back. Back to pashing behind the Forrestfield Coles. Back to Olympic Fever. Back to 'The Fringe' that was Vanessa Amorosi in her Adidas trackies and sunnies. Vanessa has been chosen to sing 'Absolutely Everybody' at the Opening, Closing (and Paralympics) Ceremonies but three of her childhood friends, and original pop girl band members are hot on her heels.
Because Tiffanee, Tami, and the bootylicious Tulfah have been the TBoners since forever and they're sure they're destined for the stage.
How To Kill the Queen of Pop is tight. Perfectly rehearsed, moves delightfully synchronised, and all four performers beautifully in harmony. This is Fringe World sheer joy - entertainment at its finest and something to absolutely (everybody) add to your Fringe World dance card.
You'll bop in your seat, laugh until your eyes water, and feel like singing along.