Briefs Bite Club

Michael Holland (27 May, 2022)

Slick tomfoolery and heart-stopping hooliganism

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The European Premiere of Briefs Bite Club is set to open up on the South Bank this summer.

After a three-year absence, Australia’s favourite carnie queens return to the UK for a Summer of fun and frolics, as they take their brand new show Briefs Bite Club across the country to The Edinburgh Fringe and into the heart of London at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall for a nine night run.
Briefs Bite Club is a brand new, iconic extravaganza that sees the glittery gang serving up their signature camp-cabaret fantasy of circus, drag and comedy in a sexy showcase of outrageous entertainment. Briefs Bite Club is hilarious hedonism, raw talent and certified shade at its finest!
For the first time in the world-renowned boylesque troupe’s history, Briefs perform to original music by a live band on stage led by Sahara Beck – a potent pairing that ups the ante in variety extravaganza.
Described as one of Australia’s most arresting performers, Sahara Beck’s soaring vocals will blast female pride power into the ferociously fierce displays of talent from the boys you know and love. Their slick tomfoolery and heart-stopping hooliganism will be bathed in suave synth, heady hooks and swelling strings, all set to a glorious pop pulse.
Join co-creators, busy mum Shivannah (Fez Faanana) and former Las Vegas King of Burlesque, Mark ‘Captain Kidd’ Winmill, as they lead their delinquent show spawn – aerial marvel Thom Worrell, Brett Rosengreen; Louis Biggs – down a debauched path of showstopping skill and idiocy.

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, SE1 from 21 – 31 July. Time: 7.30pm. Tickets: £30 / £20 / £15
Rating: Recommended for audiences 18+


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