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“Tash York is a superstar. Late-night Queen of the fringe scene, we’re thrilled to be wrapping up the Festival with Tash’s award-winning show – even more thrilled that she’s accompanied by her fave Melbourne drag queens, the Red Red Wines. Book quick – I have no doubt this will sell out.” – Rachel Chant, Festival Director

Sydney Premiere

After a year where the bin went out more than she did, Tash York is ready to take the stage after a socially distant year of stewing in her own thoughts!

Calling out the Karens, cancelling the conspiracies and capsizing toxic positivity, York is bigger, brassier and more bold than ever! Backed by her fearlessly boozy backing singers, “The Red Red Wines”, expect an hour of smashing original and parodied songs, true stories, improv and probably a mention or two of her cats (she has three now).

With a swag of awards and acclaim for her previous solo shows Adulting, Badass and Winefulness, Trash Talk is full of exuberance, outrageous behaviour and probably a glass (or 10) of wine to boot!

With her wine-loving antics and witty repartee, Tash York is a singer, improviser, cabaret performer, MC and balloon twister. Known for her ballsy voice, dynamic energy and an uncanny ability to rap on command, Tash “is a phenomenal performer, charismatic and courageous”(Theatre People).

NOMINEE: Best Cabaret, Melbourne Fringe 2020

“We love Tash York, and so will you. She’s drag, she’s Australian, but most of all, she keeps it real.” ★★★★★ The Curious Writer

“York could’ve just written off 2020 but instead she wrote her best show yet!” ★★★★★ Hi-Fi Way

“Tash York is a cabaret superstar.” ★★★★★ Mindshare

“She inspires us all to reflect and re-evaluate our priorities and throw all the junk that usually takes up far too much space in our lives.” ★★★★★ WeekendNotes

Presented by:

Performer/Writer/Composer/Producer Tash York
Musician Matthew Hadgraft 
Musician
Vivan Fonteyn
Co-composer Daniele Buattie

! Mental Health themes, Recommended for ages 16+

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Time: 9:30 pm - 10:25 pm

Duration: 55 mins

Dates: Thu 8 July, Fri 9 July, Sat 10 July

Price: $32

Venue: Wayside Chapel

Address: 95 Roscoe St, Bondi Beach NSW 2026

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