“Ridiculous in all the best ways” – Gay News Network
“Original, Outlandish, provocative & not to be missed” Macandmae.com
My name is Glitta Supernova & I’ll be your guide this evening. You’ve acquired access & your off-road body reality tour will commence shortly after you accept a few terms & conditions.
Some locations are going to be bumpy & you’ll have to form your own opinions, please do not expect data updates or notifications as there will be no Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or satellite coverage on this journey.
As I have not yet been appropriated, normalized or groomed into shame you’ll be accepting some risk of objectionable, offensive, unlawful, deceptive or harmful content to be known hereon as an authentic human experience that’s not been sanitized & curated for likes.
“Glitta Supernova is a crucial part of the female struggle for sexual liberation” Regional News Wellington
Cult Pioneer of sexual performance art, Glitta Supernova returns after an acclaimed multi nominated 2015/2016 “Let’s get physical” tour of Australia & New Zealand, raking up 6 nominations including “Most Outstanding Performer”, “Best Cabaret” & “Best in Fringe”.
Take a trip down the Body Map strip in this intimate fleshy foray as Australia’s most celebrated alternative performance artist Glitta Supernova brings her brand new show, “Body Map” to Sydney for more anarchy, bingles and chaos than you can poke a selfie stick at.
Red light surrealism bridging the gap between intimacy & objectification in a 60minute physical freeway that won’t be tarred for convenience.
Glitta Supernova masters the slippage of 90s club culture into theatre whist packing to the rafter’s puns, punches, pussy & possibilities. Australia’s original Sex Clown wants you on the bordello body bus before it’s too late.
“I have seen a lot. This show bust through even my unconscious parameters & I embrace it” Theatre Review Wellington
Doors open at 7:30 for an 8:30 show
Recommended for persons 18 +
Giant Dwarf is a licensed venue. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.