Fringefeed | 30 Jan 2019

Kings Of Boylesque

Kings of Boylesque is a boylesque variety show, with a troupe consisting of six boylesque performers, each of whom have won state or national Boylesque competitions.

The compere and presenter, Karl Kayoss, was charming and flamboyant, and brought a delightful energy to the proceedings.

Karl worked hard to engage and energise the crowd, and hats off the team for delivering such a powerful, sexy show with the sun still up.

The acts themselves were varied and showed a wonderful range of boylesque styles from comedy to dance to goth-horror; however there did not appear to be a particular theme to the acts, with each performer delivering a number from their repertoire.

The standard of the acts varied during the show; some, such as Rhys Lightning, Raven and Bobbie Sox were clear standouts delivering slick, confident and strong performances, whereas others struggled to deliver the same energy, polish and wow factor.

The standard of production was very high for all acts, with some truly stunning costumes, props and lighting (although there were a couple of prop/costume mishaps on the night which were handled well by the cast).

Of particular note is Rhys’ incredible matador/demon costume.

Ultimately, Kings of Boylesque delivered a range of unique concepts that were enjoyable to watch and is a lovely early start to an evening of Fringe.

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Lorna Mackie

In the theatre for more than 20 years, with numerous award winning shows under her belt, Lorna is passionate about supporting the arts community, and holds management roles in two theatre organisations. Lorna is excited to able to provide entertaining reviews to help people choose from awesome array of shows!

Ticket Price $25 - $30

End Date 25 Jan 2020

  • Ticket Price $25 - $30
  • End Date 25 Jan 2020
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Karl Kayoss was an amazing host!

Reviewed by Rebecca McMahon 2019

What an amazingly entertaining and energetic show!

Reviewed by Kathie McKeown 2019