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Peppered Unicorn Presents Pretty Little Confessions

Media Release- Peppered Unicorn Presents Pretty Little Confessions

Peppered Unicorn, an all-female comedy troupe from Christchurch, bring their show Pretty Little Confessions to Dunedin Fringe March 11-14. The show is peppered with anonymous audience confessions, hilarious unscripted scenes, cast confessional monologues, and quirky sketch comedy.

Peppered unicorn formed in 2017 from the thriving comedy community in Christchurch, featuring some impressive female comedians. The show is written and performed by the cast. They draw on a variety of comedic talents and experience, including stand up, improvisation, theatre and sketch.

The shows performers are like feminists cooks, they blend audience participation and their own insightful observations into a rich comical soup. Audiences delight in seeing their own (anonymous) true confessions incorporated into comedic scenes. The shows are lively, colourful affairs with rapid fire comedy and narrative.

The Dunedin Fringe cast includes Twitter and standup sensation Audrey Porne, Christchurch’s funniest Mum Jo Ghastly, Improv Queen Debbie Klausen, Raw South Island Comedy winner Georgie Sivier, Raw Chch placegetter and Nasty Woman Ashleigh Blair and the wonderful Lucy Darlington who is best known for getting naked at airports.

Shows are 8.30 Sunday 11 March- Wednesday 14 March at Dee’s Café and Bar 403 Princes St. Reserve your ticket for $3 at www.dunedinfringe.nz- Koha entry at the door

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