How to Kill the Queen of Pop

Theatre, Comedy
How to Kill the Queen of Pop
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A team of Fringe favourites present a "murderous drag reimagining" of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Opening Ceremony

Drag, murder, '90s bangers: what's not to love about the concept behind How to Kill the Queen of Pop? Four Melbourne performers invite Absolutely Everybody to a black comedy about Vanessa Amorosi's three power-hungry back-up dancers, who conspire to murder her and steal the spotlight. 

This blood-soaked skewering of celebrity culture will be performed by long-time collaborators Samuel Russo, Tom Halls, Adam Ibrahim and Simone French. If you've seen them in previous Fringe shows like last year's Immaculate party, or the eccentric Nothing Special, then you'll know to expect the outrageous.

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