Toxic Shock Bimbo : Dunedin Fringe Festival

Toxic Shock Bimbo

Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland

Presented by: Rhiannon McCall

Comedy Improvisation LGBTQ+ Storytelling Theatre

Join Rhiannon McCall (7 Days, Seven Sharp) in 'Toxic Shock Bimbo': a new bold and chaotic hour of feminist comedy

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Tāmaki Makaurau | Auckland

Presented by: Rhiannon McCall

Rhiannon McCall is toxic. She is shocking. She is bimbo. And she (finally) doesn’t need your approval!

This dynamic, hour-long theatrical comedy, directed by fellow comedian Eli Matthewson, showcases a whirlwind of stand-up and character sketches, delving into themes of feminism and fear with unapologetic boldness. Rhiannon divulges true and outrageous stories including how she navigates a fear of flying, an endometriosis diagnosis, and that one time her Dad took her to watch the David Bain trial. These uproarious tales are infused with chaos and genuine heartfelt moments.

Through a blend of sharp stand-up and bold character portrayals, Rhiannon sheds light on the struggles, triumphs and sheer desperation of navigating a world rife with contradictions.

Not everyone’s going to like you and that’s ok. Or is it?

“... from the minute Rhiannon McCall started her highly energetic but warm banter with the audience, I unclenched my jaw and felt instantly relaxed.” -The Spinoff

“McCall demonstrates some serious improv and physical comedy chops as she flicks through maybe a dozen characters across multiple settings.” - Flat City Field Notes

As seen on 7 Days, Seven Sharp, and Viva La Dirt League, Rhiannon McCall is a Billy T Award Nominee for the New Zealand International Comedy Festival 2024.

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Pay What You Want

16 years + (licensed venue)
Content Warning

Audience Participation, Scenes of a Sexual Nature, Strong Language/Swearing


Te Whare o Rukutia

20 Princes St Dunedin 9054

| Wheelchair Access YES

Accessible Bathroom YES

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