Hot Brown Honey

Feisty, feminist mayhem with a potent punch of hip hop politics.
Izzie Aldridge
Published on January 24, 2017


Not just comedy, controversy, beat-box, and burlesque, but a movement demanding to be heard. Remember the name Hot Brown Honey because in a matter of weeks you'll find them hitting our shores square in the face.

Following knock-out success at the Edinburgh Fringe, Auckland Pride presents six sassy feminist hybrids; colour, culture and island chic couture all crashing in their wake.

Bound by the Pacific and generations of heartache, these Maori, Samoan, Tongan and indigenous Australian women bust down the front door and serve up a hot, brown, reality check, honey.

While dishing out the dirt with theatrics, one thing is made irrevocably clear— this is a full-frontal take-down of sexism, racism and 'the man.' Expect an evening of simulated orgasms, thought-provoking lap-dances and an explosion of gigantic breasts that literally smash the patriarchy.

Follow orders from DJ Honeycomb centre-stage, "Check your privilege at the door and let's get sticky."


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