Move over the Kardashians! Sydney is about to be introduced to Famous Sharron, a celebrity who’s very famous for nothing at all (a growing trend in 2018 and beyond!).
In what will be Shaz’s Sydney Comedy Festival debut, the relationship expert who’s been married three times and is a whizz at divorce, is in town with her celebrity ball in tow. Shaz’s brand of comedy explores if there is such a thing as the ‘perfect match’ and she’s managed to line-up an incredible list of Aussie celebrities for her shows.
So why are you reading about this on This Woman Can?
The deeper you delve into Shaz’s history, the more you realise that she epitomises our ‘women supporting women’ mantra.
Famous Sharron is a long-time supporter of PRIDE Festival in WA where she won Best Individual one year – she’s also their official MC and has been for the last few years. She’s hosted the WA Proud Awards, released a pop song in support of marriage equality and was a Celebrant (yes, she’s a relationship expert and qualified Celebrant) for one of the first same-sex marriages in Australia. She also donates her MC fee from the PRIDE event each year to the Freedom Centre… pretty impressive, huh?
So for Shaz’s Sydney Comedy Festival debut, This Woman Can is throwing our full support behind the comedian. Shaz has lined up a string of Aussie celebs for her shows including costume designer Tim Chappel and Bachelor in Paradise’s Michael Turnbull who will appear on the Wednesday 16 May show, stylist and fashion mentor, Wendy Mak who’s appearing on the Thursday 17 May show, Scarlett Cooper from Married At First Sight on the Saturday 19 May show and finally, AthenaX from The Real Housewives of Sydney and drag queen Hanna Conda on Sunday 20 May.
If you’re in Sydney over the next couple of weeks, check out her show, full details below:
Venue: The Terminal, Factory Theatre, NSW
Dates: 16/05/18 – 20/05/2018
Times: 8:15pm and 7:15pm (20/05/2018) – 60 mins
Bookings: Ticketek or at the box office
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