The General Public presents

Noughty Girls

A 2000s pop-culture comedy

Venue, Date & Time

Factory Theatre

Thu 2nd May 2019 - 7:00 pm

Sat 4th May 2019 - 7:00 pm

Show Duration


Ticket Price Range

$22.00 - $27.00

Recommended For

Over 18s Only
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Noughty Girls is Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion meets Mean Girls. It’s The Simple Life meets Kath & Kim. It’s Absolutely Fabulous meets Broad City. It's your dream come true and your worst nightmare.

After much critical and box-office success in 2018, enjoying sold out shows in Perth, Adelaide and at Sydney Comedy Festival, the Noughty Girls are back and they're even noughtier than ever. Kicking things off at Woodford Folk Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2019, Noughty Girls: a 2000s pop-culture comedy is ready to wreak havoc on home town audiences in Sydney. Join them for a non-stop romp of outrageous sketch comedy, bootylicious dance routines and all the 2000s pop-culture references you wish you could forget.

"Wildly funny women" The Adelaidian 

"Fresh and original...brave and fierce"  - Fringe Feed

"Guaranteed to make you belly laugh" - Weekend Notes

"Excellent writing, high-energy dancing, sensational comic timing" - The Serenade Files


"Noughty Girls is the ultimate throwback powerhouse. It’s a cleverly written ode to what shaped us as Millennials ... At one point, a few men in the audience were so consumed with laughter that they were heard above even the loudest of amused female shrieks, proving that this show is not exclusively for the ‘girls’ " - Isabella Tait, Fringe Feed

"A combination of excellent writing, high-energy dancing, sensational comic timing, and fairy-floss pink tracksuits makes this show a great night out." - Jennifer Trijo, The Serenade Files

"There are genuine belly laughs the entire way through ... The experience feels like hanging out with your funniest friends, and it’s easy to forget  that  you don’t  actually know Kim, Hannah,and Courtney. This is some serious nostalgic mayhem, put on by wildly funny women." - Liberty Petersen, The Adelaidian 

"Besides hilarious topics like Brazilian waxing and gluten-free diets of course we somehow get a little reflection on society, relationships, discrimination and youth and music and love and stuff ... the script is fresh and original. The dialogues are snappy. The performers are from an all-female creative company in Sydney called The General Public. They are brave and fierce in their delivery." - Anna Wan, Fringe Feed


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