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Bella Green Is Charging for It

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Thu 9 Jan 2020, 6:00pm–7:00pm
Fri 10 Jan 2020, 9:00pm–10:00pm

Where: The Grand Poobah, 142 Liverpool Street, North Hobart, Tasmania

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Full: $25.00
  • Concession: $20.00
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Fresh from a sold-out seasons at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a nomination for Best Comedy at Melbourne Fringe 2018, comedian, writer and sex worker Bella Green is bringing her smash hit stand-up comedy show 'Bella Green Is Charging For It' to Hobart for the first time for Fringe at the Edge of the World!

Bella has worked in brothels and strip clubs, peepshows and dungeons, massage parlours and adult shops, but her most degrading job of all was the three months she spent in a call centre for a big four bank. This show will answer all the questions you never thought to ask about sex work. Like why is paying for sex so similar to ordering a salad? What really goes on in a peepshow? And how can you get away with wearing Uggs while being a cold, hard dominatrix?

Join Bella for an hour of stand-up in the surprisingly mundane but always hilarious world of sex work, where the heels are high, the carpet is sticky and the customer is probably wrong. Directed by Anna Piper Scott (Golden Gibbo Nominee 2018, Best Comedy Nominee Melbourne Fringe 2019).