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Fringe is my favourite time of the year. The city is buzzing with activity, something new and exciting is happening on every corner and there is literally something for everyone. From comedy to cabaret, burlesque to boylesque, you need to get into the city ASAP. Trust me, if you don’t visit Fringe World this month I’ll have to smack you. Noodle Palace was the venue of choice for tonight’s Fringe adventure (and my first of the season) for a storm. A Storm In A D Cup.

If you thought your life was messy you’ll walk away from this award winning one woman cabaret show with a spring in your step. A Storm In A D Cup is Amelia Ryan’s honest and refreshing life story squished into a sparkly, vibrant hour and features a lot of sass, hilarious tales, a rainbow flag (or two), dodgy dance moves and powerful vocals.

This girl has been on a roller coaster ride since her pre-teen days. Parental issues – check. Small town issues – check. Dad fresh out of the closet – check check check. I don’t want to give too much away because you need to see this show, but you’ll be served a large dose of drama over the hour, but with drama comes resolution, and with resolution comes happiness. As well as the comedy element you’ll walk out feeling inspired, because as Amelia puts it, sometimes our shittiest storms are our greatest blessings.


The show is running from now till February 14 at Noodle Palace with a few extra shows in Fremantle (for the brand new Freo Royal) and Fringe favourite Midlandia in Midland. And you don’t want to miss out. Get your tickets online or at the Fringe box office now.

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