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ThunderC*nt

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Joyful, triumphant, hilarious, enlightening, inspiring…do not miss ThunderC*nt.

Sharon Mahoney has a super power for opening eyes and capturing hearts and minds. In ThunderC*nt, she torches the myths and propaganda made to weaken and destroy girls and women.

She emblazes the alternate tales and icons that embolden and empower them.

With her analytical mind and ill comedic skill, she casts her own Lasso of Truth around the whole audience to compel laughter and action in unison.

A testament to Sharon Mahoney’s oratory brilliance is her ability to be inclusive and ruthless almost in the one breath.

Her take on feminism extends to solidarity for men who also lose in a system that devalues emotional connection and sensitivity.

But make no mistake: there is no soft touch for those who would sexually objectify, subjugate and assault women. Permission to dispatch them most brutally is granted.

There’s a touch of Joan Rivers in Sharon Mahoney – she is razor sharp, brash and profane.

But it’s the long line of strong and able women in her own family she credits most for her survival and success.

Their courage in fighting for rights, resilience through economic hardship, and tuition in sexual freedom and choice, are written into her DNA.

Generations of feminist frontierswomen make ThunderC*nt the juggernaut she is today.

The audience loved this show. There was uncontrollable laughter, moments of enlightenment, a long and loud standing ovation.

Mortals, there is hope: ThunderC*nt has arrived, just in the nick of time!

Love the show? Have your say!

Eric Amber on 27 May 2019

Sharon Mahoney is Brilliant. The show is Fantastic.
I hope my daughter grows up to be as Strong and Empowered as her.
Look out world.
Sharon Mahoney is coming.

Paul-McLeod

Review by Paul McLeod on 28 Jan 2019

Paul McLeod studied literature and drama, and was a musician and actor, before he got sucked into a vortex of corporate communications and risk management that lasted 25 years. He has co-organised a couple of small music festivals, and recently won an award for world's worst band manager. Look out Fringe World, here he comes (creeping)!