Live Show

2019 Adelaide Fringe

Lady Pirates Give No F*cks

Off the back of their stellar 2018 Adelaide Fringe season, Deviant Women are back, and this time they’re pirates! Set to bring you more live swashbuckling, sketch comedy, animation, adventure, drama and laughs than you can poke a flaming turtle at, Alicia and Lauren are bringing the exploits of two of history’s most infamous lady pirates to the stage.

A rollicking extravaganza across the high seas, from the British Isles to the steamy Caribbean, Lady Pirates Give No F*cks unpicks the lives of two of the baddest besties ever: Anne Bonny and Mary Read. Join Deviant Women as they bring these true tales to life for a hilarious ninety minute historical spectacular!





2018 Adelaide Fringe

Julie D’Aubigny

Madame Blavatsky

In early 2018, we premiered our first Deviant Women live shows, Julie D’Aubigny and Madame Blavatsky, to rave reviews at the Adelaide Fringe. Taking our signature mix of historical storytelling and comedic banter to an audience, the live show delivers an eye-opening romp through the lives of two of history’s most outrageous women. But this is no ordinary live podcast, Deviant Women Live is flamboyant and boisterous theatre, mixing sketch comedy with animation, storytelling and, of course, a bit of banter.


Star_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.png ‘This is truly the best of the Fringe. You will laugh, you might cry and you will walk away elevated and wanting more’ – The Clothesline

Star_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.png ‘The sort of comedy that gives one delight and then gives one pause, in the best way possible’  Tulpa Magazine

Star_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngstar_emoji_large1.png ‘A diverting and humorous narrative … she’s a lady’ – All Over Adelaide




Star_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.png ‘A perfect blend of dark and comedic, of the spooky and the playful. It was a night any Victorian lady or gentleman would be proud of’ – Tulpa Magazine 

Star_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngStar_Emoji_large.pngstar_emoji_large1.png ‘A highly polished and entertaining piece of theatre … with immense style and pith’ – GLAM Adelaide

‘I wish my uni History lectures could have been this funny!’ Play & Go