Dirty Laundry

Briefs Factory, animatrice invitée Barbada - Australia

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From July 3 to 14 at 10 pm

Required age:

18 years+


Duration80 min


Regular from $52,31
Student -25 from $44,47
Seniors +65 from $47,08

After 10 years of selling out festivals around the world, the boys from Briefs are back, ready to wash their dirty laundry in this all-new cabaret night you won't want to miss. Fez Faanana aka Shivanana and his band take to the stage again with a bolder attitude than ever. For a second year, Quebec drag queen Barbada returns as guest host!

With more spots of glitter and a bolder attitude than ever, your favorite Briefs vagabonds bring you an intoxicating evening of mind-blowing comedy, unspoken truths and ridiculous spectacle.

« Dirty Laundry allie humour, cirque, danse, art de la drag et burlesque. »

« Notre Barbada nationale a d'ailleurs clairement un grand talent d'animatrice couplé à un bon sens de la répartie. »

- Marie Berdin, Notre Montréalité

About Briefs Factory

Briefs Factory is an Australian creative collective who manufacture, cultivate and present evocative, irreverent, physical performance.

Best known for their flagship project Briefs, the award-winning company’s work also includes The Second Coming, Dirty Laundry, Bite Club & Brats Carnival. The collective also represents works developed by like minded artists.

Inspired by circus, drag, dance, burlesque, music, comedy and the ever changing world around them, Briefs Factory are dedicated to developing and touring their brand of award winning, genre defying, political party punk around the world.


Full nudity and stroboscopic effects

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Credits :

Artistic Director: Fez Faanana
Director: Fez Faanana
Producers: Cluster Arts (Kate Malone)
Co-creator: Mark Winmill
Rehearsal Director: Thom Worrell
Production Manager: Jennifer Hind
Artist / Ensemble: Fez Faanana, Luke Hubbard, Dylan Rodriguez, Brett Rosengreen, Rowan Thomas, Mark Winmill, Dale Woodbridge-Brown, Thomas Worrell.