A white woman with blue eyes and chestnut hair looks up at the camera inquisitively. She is wearing a cream turtleneck sweater and gold-rimmed glasses which she touches lightly with her right hand.
Two white women appear on a stage. One has blonde curly hair and is wearing a denim blue dress and yellow shows, sitting behind a grand piano. The other wears all-black and pink earrings and is standing behind a microphone stand. They are looking at one another from across the stage, beaming and laughing at one another.
A white woman looks up at the camera, her right arm leaning against a windowsill with her hand resting against her head. She is wearing a cream turtleneck sweater. Four award laurels that read 'Adelaide Fringe winner' from the years 2020-2024 are positioned behind her.

Friendly Feminism

The show that captured the hearts and minds of Adelaide audiences in 2019 makes its return. Join ‘Professional Feminist’ Millicent Sarre for a revamp of her multi-award-winning show, with five years’ hindsight and wisdom under her belt. 

Featuring an award-winning original score, including the beloved ‘It’s Okay To Cry’, the biting ‘Mansplain’, and the heartbreaking ‘Me Too’, this season of Friendly Feminism will be brought to you by a trio of powerhouse voices. Millicent Sarre will be joined in tight three-part harmony by the effervescent Jemma Allen and the delightful Nikki Long, both of whom have delighted audiences in past seasons of the show.

Whether you’re a seasoned feminist or are still on the fence, this is a crash course in feminism delivered with humour and heart. 

Cabaret • Music
South Australia

Tue, 09 Jul - Sun, 14 Jul

60 min

The Kingfisher at Glenelg Winter Arts Festival

$29 to $33

M (3 Warnings)

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