Fountain Lakes In Lockdown: A Drag Parody Play

Sat 28 Sep
Fountain Lakes In Lockdown: A Drag Parody Play

Fountain Lakes In Lockdown: A Drag Parody Play

What did Australia’s foxiest morons get up to during the pandemic?

It’s August 2021. Kath is up to pussy’s bow in sour dough. Kim’s been asked to work from home (though that happened before the pandemic). Sharon has had a severe reaction to all the hand sanitiser. 

Relive the uniquely Australian pandemic experience through the eyes of these uniquely Australian characters hilariously parodied by Art Simone (RuPaul’s Drag Race Downunder, Have You Been Paying Attention?), Thomas Jaspers (Granny Bingo, The Gays Are Revolting), Leasa Mann (Club Broadway, Thank Mollie’s It’s Friday) and Scott Brennan (skitHOUSE, Comedy Inc., Neighbours).

Direct from it’s sold out Melbourne, Geelong, Canberra and Sydney Opera House seasons - with quick wit and camp tunes, this is a fabulous night out for everyone!

Dates
Sat 28 Sep
Where
Theatre 1
Ages
Ages 16+
Warnings
Performance contains haze and smoke effects, and adult themes.
Duration
1 hr and 40 mins (includes interval)
Tickets
Premium
Adult $85
Pension / Senior $82
Student $82
Group (8+) $80pp

A-Reserve
Adult $75
Pension / Senior $72
Student $72
Group (8+) $70

B-Reserve
Adult $65
Pension / Senior $65
Student $65
Group (8+) $65
Times
Sat 28 September - 8:00pm

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