Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous

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Occasional, Mild

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Occasional, Mild

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About this event

"Dazzlingly sequinned from head to toe" Alfie Ordinary is the son of a drag queen, which makes him a 'Drag Prince' who identifies as fabulous & proud!

In his show, Alfie tells of a magical queer utopia 'Madame Lecoq's School for Fabulous Boys' where he discovers that not everyone had such an accepting upbringing, helping closeted friend John learn to love who they are.

This heartwarming coming of age story challenges the norm, questions what it means to be a man and presents a world where equality truly exists - with confetti cannons, sequins, LGBT anthems, puppetry & drag.

"A superb display of intellectual flamboyancy" The Adelaidian

★★★★★ "Dismantles the patriarchy one rhinestone at a time" Broadway Baby

★★★★★ Bristol 24/7

★★★★★ The TVolution

PICK OF THE FRINGE - 2018 Weekly Award

Presented by:
Jared Stevens with Alfie Ordinary

Jared Stevens presents up and coming queer artists at the Adelaide Fringe. His focus is on stories that deserve to be told, and need to be heard.

Whether those stories simply make you laugh, or change the way you see yourself and the world around you, celebrating and creating more platforms for a queer narrative is just one of the ways that we will achieve true equality.

Multi Award Winning Drag Prince: Alfie Ordinary return to Adelaide Fringe for his 2nd year after a smash hit Australian Premiere in 2018 where his play: Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous was awarded a Pick Of The Fringe Award, and rave reviews.

His is a gentle fairytale like story, told with great humour, music, and cabaret antics, wrapped up in a gentle and accessible drag persona that is perfect for families to enjoy.