France's favourite fashion icon and TV celebrity Fanny Bouffante is back in Melbourne after sell-out shows in last year’s Festival. This time she is running for French President.
In her new comedy festival show Scandals, Fanny talks about her cutting-edge vision for France, her bid for the keys to the Élysée Palace and her war with evil media vultures who trump out fake news about her.
With French youth unemployment skyrocketing, Fanny reveals her terrifique platform for delivering more jobs including bringing back the caviar stirrer, the snail nutritionist and the frog conditioning coach.
Marvel as Fanny explains her simple yet cutting-edge solutions to the immigration crisis, including changes to the citizenship test to require new applicants be able to smoke, eat foie gras and make love, all at the same time.
This incessant Gallic tweeter with 1.6 billion followers gives blow by blow accounts of her brilliant policies and insightful opinions, as well as what she is wearing on the campaign trail as she inches her Christian Louboutin’s in the Élysée Palace door.
If you love funny, politics, sex and Roquefort cheese (at the same time) then you will love Fanny.
What the audience said about Fanny’s last show:
'I randomly turned up tonight. Was hilarious. Funniest laugh I’ve had in a long time. Fanny is hilarious. Get yourselves along!'
'Brilliant. Hysterical. So funny.'
'Absolutely loved it. My jaws are aching from the laughter. Loved it.'
Fanny's speechwriters are Edwina Exton (co-writer Spin Out with Tim Ferguson, South Yarra Mums, French Women Do Everything Better) and Kate Hanley Corley (Aisha The Geisha, South Yarra Mums, Toorak charity doyenne Koala Katz-Spratt) with music by Emma Hart and Kate Hanley Corley.
'There are some very funny moments, and some sassy and outrageous advice.' Herald Sun
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