Cape Town Fringe Turns the Page to Naked Girls Reading QUEERLY BELOVED at Alexander Upstairs

Cape Town Fringe Turns the Page to Naked Girls Reading QUEERLY BELOVED at Alexander Upstairs
Promotional artwork for QUEERLY BELOVED

Performance Art sensation Naked Girls Reading will present QUEERLY BELOVED at the Alexander Upstairs Theatre as a part of the Cape Town Fringe. Directed by Kelly Smith, the 75-minute show will feature Charlie French, Cherry Lesque, Lyricnotic and Velvet Ni delivering queer-themed readings in a production dedicated to queer authors and LGBTQI stories.

Naked Girls Read­ing is a nude lit­er­ary salon that takes place in twenty cities around the world and on five dif­fer­ent con­ti­nents. At each event, a small cast of beau­ti­ful women remove their cloth­ing and read out loud to an ador­ing audi­ence. It is enter­tain­ing, frequently magi­cal, often funny, some­times heart-wrench­ing - and always very sexy. There is some­thing beau­ti­ful in the simple and intimate act of a woman read­ing in the nude.

QUEERLY BELOVED runs from 29 September - 1 October, with tickets costing 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.



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