DON’T MISS THIS: Fifty Shades of Bambi

Bambi Kellermann is Evita Bezuidenhout's younger sister. Stripper, sex worker and grande horizontale – who graduated from the University of Sex Cum Laude – and Fleur de Cap Winner 2010 for Best Cabaret, Bambi is in Johannesburg for the first time in 10 years in the Gauteng world premiere of Fifty Shades of Bambi, her new fabulous onslaught against the prudish, the improper and the pathetic.

Bambi's new cabaret includes a rainbow selection of other choices. It is also her journey from teenage confusions, through youthful experimentation, into middle-aged compromise to her twilight-year common sense about life, love, laughter and lies. It's not just about sex; it's about enjoying what comes naturally. And if it's not natural, be careful.

Pieter-Dirk Uys presents Fifty Shades of Bambi with musical direction by Godfrey Johnson at the piano, while Bambi takes a raunchy ride to the other side of daily life: putting a square peg into a round hole through relationships, trust, happiness, hope, love and fidelity. Sex is the full-frontal focus, with words, music, toys and tinsel.

WHERE Fifty Shades of Bambi will be on at The Auto & General Theatre on the Square,Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton?
WHEN February 25 – March 16 2014: Tues – Fri 8.15pm; Sat 5pm and 8.30pm; Sundays at 3pm
INFO Tickets are R150 and available at the theatre or at Strictlytickets.co.za

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