‘F*ck Fabulous’ is challenging queer and gender stereotypes through dance, drag and performance
27.02.2020

‘F*ck Fabulous’ is challenging queer and gender stereotypes through dance, drag and performance

Re-imagining what it means to be queer.

Hosted by cabaret icon and prolific queer performer Yana Alana, F*ck Fabulous is an anti-cabaret cabaret, of sorts. Coming to Arts Centre Melbourne in April, this extravaganza looks to challenge stereotypes surrounding gender norms and LGBTQIA+ representation.

A protest against the commodification of queer culture, this collection of performances looks beneath the glitter and sequins to present a raw and real portrayal of what it means to be queer.

Featuring performances from Yana Alana alongside comedian Krishna Istha, circus icon Jess Love, dance duo Glitter & Snatch, aerial contortionist Seth Sladen, Drag King KoKo Ma$$, drummer Bec Matthews, F*ck Fabulous is a celebration of female-masculinity, diverse bodies and gender identities and visibility for trans and gender-queer people.

Fierce, funny and fucking fabulous, this protest party is serving queer, anti-glamour realness in all its glory.

It’s happening at Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne from Tuesday April 7 until Saturday April 18. Book your tickets and find out more via the Arts Centre Melbourne website