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We're being inspired by Hot Brown Honey at the Edinburgh Fringe in #CraftInTheCity and painting Queen Bee Nails!


Address: Assembly Roxy (Venue 139)
Phone: 0131 510 5511
Website: https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/hot-brown-honey

It's Saturday night at the Edinburgh Fringe and a sold-out crowd are filling up The Assembly Roxy. There's a buzz in the air as the audience take their seats and buy raffle tickets, with the promise of prizes later in the show.

Holding feathered fans handcrafted from vinyl records, Hot Brown Honey bounce onto stage, kicking off the show with an impressive colour-changing, outfit swapping, fully dressed striptease - climaxing with Oprah's face all over their sweaters.

Mixing politics and feminism with burlesque, cabaret, theatre, beatboxing and acrobatics, Hot Brown Honey are here to fight the power and it never tasted so good.

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Hailing from Australia, Hot Brown Honey are the female answer to Briefs with a show filled with high-energy, spectacular and thought-provoking performances.

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Without giving too much away, expect to be singing, shouting and dancing in your seat. But be warned - don't touch their hair!

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