Pauline Hanson and Germaine Greer have not joined evil forces to record an album.
The Singing Feminazis want to touch hearts and minds (and themselves) with sweet harmonies and sick tunes. They aim to put a spin on the 'angry feminist' and 'fragile snowflake millennial' stereotypes by inviting laughter at all the serious stuff, without punching down.
Using song parodies, original music, sketch comedy, clowning and storytelling they work together to create a show that rips the patriarchy to shreds. They are respectful and mindful of diversity with a nod to intersectional feminism and social justice.
With the help of costumes, spicy characters, and acoustic instruments they manifest a spiritually punk outlook on stage.
They deal with contemporary feminist issues such as body shaming, slut shaming, masturbation, men’s rights activists and exploring language through lyrical play.
Debuting at Melbourne Fringe Festival 2018, with appearances at Adelaide Fringe Festival 2019, the Singing Feminazis are slowly but surely taking their cheeky, LMAO tunes around the country.
Warning: Contains mild coarse language, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including Sexual References