Sugar & Vice: All the Men We've Never Slept With

Sugar & Vice: All the Men We've Never Slept With. Image shows from L to R: Brydie Lee-Kennedy, Courtney Powell. Copyright: Somethin' Else.

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Music starring Brydie Lee-Kennedy and Courtney Powell performed on the following days in August 2013...

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Often the sexiest stories are the ones you don't quite finish. Join the sometimes sweet, mostly naughty girls of Sugar & Vice for late night songs and laughter. Courtney's saving herself until marriage and knows that you find that weird. Brydie spent herself some time ago and has been living on sexual credit ever since. An original Fringe show about sex, love and the ones who got away. From the writer/cast of Princess Cabaret. 'Fun and fantastic' **** (EdFringeReview.com). 'A big happy family of failed love' **** (BroadwayBaby.com).

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Often the sexiest stories are the ones you don't quite finish. Join the sometimes-sweet, mostly-naughty girls of Sugar & Vice (Australia) for late night songs and laughter. Courtney's saving herself until marriage and knows that you find that weird. Brydie spent herself some time ago and has been living on sexual credit ever since. Sugar & Vice present an original Fringe show about sex, love and the ones who got away.

Courtney Powell and Brydie Lee-Kennedy are a pair of female comedians and musicians from Australia, who are currently based in the UK. They both have a long history in musical comedy. Most notably, Brydie wrote/directed/performed in festival hit Princess Cabaret, the all female sketch comedy cabaret that appeared at the Gilded Balloon in 2009 and 2010. Courtney also featured in the cast.

All The Men We've Never Slept With is a cabaret show featuring dirty, witty songs, banter with the audience and some storytelling-style stand up. The girls explore their romantic pasts, digging up poignant stories of missed opportunity and hilarious tales of misjudgement. The show premiered in 2012 as part of the Free Fringe where it played to packed houses.


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Courtney Powell Self
Brydie Lee-Kennedy Self