Three white women lay stacked on top of one another. The woman on the bottom has dark hair and is wearing a blue denim jacket. The woman in the middle has dark blonde hair and is wearing a fluffy purple coat. The woman at the top is wearing a pink boiler-suit and her platinum blonde hair is in plaits. They are staring into the camera with steely looks. Behind them is a gradient of blue, purple and pink.
Three white women stand side-by-side with colourful books open in their hands. The woman on the left has dark hair and is wearing a blue denim jacket and glasses, pointing to her dark purple-covered book and pulling a face. The woman in the middle has dark blonde hair and is wearing a fluffy purple coat, and is laughing broadly with her eyes closed. The woman on the right is wearing a pink boiler-suit and her platinum blonde hair is in plaits, and she is wearing glasses, pointing to her book with a bookish expression. Behind them is a gradient of blue, purple and pink.
A grid of 7 x 3 rectangles, the rectangles containing images of three women. The top line contains images of Rosie, a white woman with platinum blonde hair who is wearing a pink boiler suit. In the various photos of her she is smiling and pulling silly faces, posing with chairs, a bucket hat and rollerskating equipment. The second line contain photos of Mim, a white woman with dark blonde hair wearing various purple outfits, smiling and pulling silly faces with various props including a book and a chair. The bottom line contains photos of Jemma, a white woman with brown hair, wearing various blue outfits, smiling and pulling silly faces and posing in various contorted positions. The overall effect of the three lines of photos is an image of the bisexual flag - a strip of pink (top), purple (middle) and blue (bottom).

Bisexual Intellectuals

Join Bisexual Icons Millicent Sarre (‘Opinionated’), Jemma Allen (‘Reclaiming Harry’), and Rosie Russell (‘The Finest Filth’), for a big, bold evening of cathartic comedy chaos. Using original music, parody, and the transformative power of tap dance, 'Bisexual Intellectuals' is a celebration of queer joy, dismantling bi-phobia with levity and heart. Written by 3 of Adelaide’s premier female performers, this catchy original score ranges from folk ballads all the way to EDM bangers. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you might even go home and buy a pair of tap shoes. ‘Bisexual Intellectuals’ has something for everyone - so bring your date, bring your mum, bring your friend and her problematic boyfriend and we’ll see you at the Kingfisher for one of Gluttony’s hottest tickets!

Cabaret • Comedy
Australia • World Premiere

Fri, 16 Feb - Mon, 11 Mar

6 min to 60 min

The Kingfisher at Gluttony - Rymill Park (+1 more)

$23 to $31

M15+ (2 Warnings)

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  • Mind-blowing 1
  • Standing ovation 6
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