IN WHOREFISH BLOOMERS: THE WAITRESSES' LAMENT Returns to Alexander Upstairs for Cape Town Fringe
IN WHOREFISH BLOOMERS: THE WAITRESSES' LAMENT returns to the Alexander Upstairs Theatre as a part of the Cape Town Fringe this September. Presented by Avant-Guava Productions, the show is directed by Kei-Ella Loewe and features Donna Cormack-Thomson and Jamie-Lee Money. The July season of IN WHOREFISH BLOOMERS was reviewed by BroadwayWorld South Africa's David Fick.
An adaptation of Pam-Grant and Sheena Stannard's underground 1980s feminist cabaret, IN WHOREFISH BLOOMERS: THE WAITRESSES' LAMENT is the tale of two waitresses preparing themselves for another nauseating night on the battlefields of Horrifying Hospitalica! Lori and Beth, the "virgin" and the "Whore", are armed with toothpicks, their razor-sharp wit and ripe, suckable tits. They don their aprons, hoist their fishnets and limber up to perform a collection of pro-femme episodes stuffed with humour, wordplay, cheesy dance moves, a sprinkle of song and a drizzle of darkness.
IN WHOREFISH BLOOMERS: THE WAITRESSES' LAMENT runs from 23 September - 1 October, with tickets costing R90-R100 available from the Cape Town Fringe website. The Alexander Bar, Café and Theatre is situated at 76 Strand Street in the Cape Town city centre and can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.