The Kransky Sisters
PIECE OF CAKE by The Kransky Sisters
A truly bizarre, and utterly funny show. The fantastic characters are not unlike a cross between the Sugababes and the Adams Family. Edinburgh Fringe Review Watch out… the old Morris Major is hitting the road again!
Mourne, Eve and Dawn Kransky, three endearing spinsters from Esk in Queensland, are bringing their freshly baked brand new show to town! From Abba, George Michael and Beyonce to AC/DC and Pink Floyd, these three eccentric sisters with their eclectic mix of instruments including musical saw, tuba, old reed keyboard, and kitchen pots, serve up a wild assortment of uniquely beaten versions of well-known songs gleaned from their old wireless at home.
Stir into the mix, the sisters’ curious stories of their travels, and there’s the icing on the cake. Hot out of the oven, these odd-ball Queensland sisters reminiscent of your old aunties, will leave you wanting seconds!
The success of the show lies in the precision of the music, and a narrative that lures the audience, rocking with laughter into a totally unsavoury, insular world.
The Independent, Scotland
What: PIECE OF CAKE by The Kransky Sisters
Where: Yeppoon Town Hall
When: Saturday 17 November 2012
Suitable for the whole family
Duration: 100 mins (includes a 20 min interval)
Bookings: Yellow Door Books and Gifts in Yeppoon!!
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