Fat Girls in Bike Shorts bring the laughs to Fringe World

Rosie Sitorus and Kellee Aberg.
Rosie Sitorus and Kellee Aberg.

ARE you “tyred” of the same old negative outlook on body image?

Become more comfortable in your skin while having a laugh along the way.

WA powerhouse duo Rosie Sitorus and Mandurah’s Kellee Aberg will bedazzle audiences at Fringe World with their show Fat Girls in Bike Shorts.

With an array of glam-fabulous costumes the two offer a hilarious glimpse into the life of two fat girls who are grabbing life by the handles and holding on for the ride.

In previous yeas, the show received four stars for performances at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and completely sold out last year in Mandurah and Perth.

Aberg says it’s a different show this year in many respects.

“We as performers and characters have grown so you can expect a lot of new work and new songs – we have definitely come full circle.”

See the show at the Circus Theatre at the Fringe from February 13 to 18.

Tickets cost $15 from www.fringeworld.com.au

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