Customer Reviews:
2 reactions
68
Greatest of all time
Greatest of all time
23
Recycle that, would see again
Recycle that, would see again
19
Sexy fringe show
Sexy fringe show
6
Not my cup of tea
Not my cup of tea
4
No idea what I just saw
No idea what I just saw
1
Laughed so hard I cried
Laughed so hard I cried
See all customer reviews
Greatest of all time
“Greatest of all time”
Sahara Beck is a sensational addition to the Briefs line up! Can’t wait to see what’s next from Briefs and Sahara!
Reviewed by Tom M.
22 February 2022
Not my cup of tea
“Not my cup of tea”
I saw Briefs a couple of years ago and they blew my socks off! I was so excited to see them this year and left this show so sad. Sahara was amazing - but I didn’t pay to hear her, the 15 mins of actual Briefs show was mediocre. I was expecting the flamboyance, fabulousness and over the damn top acts similar to what I had seen but felt it was run of the mill. I wanted to love them again so bad.
Reviewed by Lea T.
15 February 2022
See all customer reviews for Briefs: Bite Club
Reviewed by: Fringefeed
Review by Alana Kildea | 17 January 2022

If I could give Briefs: Bite Club 6 stars, I would.  But I can’t, so instead I will say, you must see this show.  

Briefs: Bite Club is risqué, comical, beautiful, and hypnotising.  Just like the artists involved, the show is wonderfully unclassifiable.  

With the assistance of a host, the audience is taken through several acts comprising of circus, drag, cabaret, comedy and everything in between.  The host (Fez Faanana, director and co-founder of Briefs Factory) was welcoming, real and knew exactly how to engage an audience.  Some of the most comedic moments of the night involved Fez Faanana just chatting and interacting with members of the audience. 

Each of the 10 artists (including the band) brought something different to the stage, and every artist had a chance to showcase their unique talent.  Their performances embodied professionalism and experience; it was an honour to watch artists with such finely tuned crafts.  

Despite most of the show comprising of individual performances, the artists worked as a team to support each act.  It was uplifting to see artists assist, adore and celebrate each other.

The entire show is accompanied by powerhouse vocalist, Sahara Beck.  Whether she was standing in the middle of the stage barefoot, or playing guitar and singing while suspended several metres off the ground, Beck was completely captivating.  Her voice reached into every corner of the room and demanded attention, and it was just so easy to give it to her.  I warn anyone planning to see this show that Sahara Beck may just become your new obsession. 

Briefs: Bite Club is a sensory overload in the best way possible.  There were so many moments where I was not quite sure what I was watching, but I was so glad I was watching it.  If you want to see high-quality performance art, the Briefs: Bite Club team will show you how it’s done.  

All I can say is, do yourself a favour and get a ticket.