Want a laugh? No prob­lem

Duo has so­lu­tions to all our first world prob­lems

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

THEY’RE en­ti­tled, an­noy­ing and ab­so­lutely hi­lar­i­ous – #FirstWorldWhiteGirls are a satir­i­cal force that will see you in stitches.

Ken­dall (Kaitlin Oliver Parker) ex­plained it best.

“One of the prob­lems with first world prob­lems is that peo­ple make you think you should down­play them,” she said.

“But first world prob­lems are real prob­lems, and we are

“First world prob­lems are real prob­lems” – Ken­dall

here to help au­di­ences with cop­ing strate­gies for ev­ery sit­u­a­tion.”

If you love a live show and a good gig­gle, #FirstWorldWhiteGirls is a must.

Take home some ex­tra in­dul­gence with a num­ber of fan­tas­tic raf­fle and door prizes do­nated by lo­cal busi­nesses.

This isn’t your or­di­nary night of en­ter­tain­ment how­ever, with the funds raised go­ing to help build Lo­gan’s Ad­ven­ture Play­ground.

Named for a young boy who lost his battle with can­cer, the play­ground will bring joy to the kids of the Whit­sun­days.

In­cluded in the ticket price are two drinks from Lo­gan Wines, a se­lec­tion of cheese plat­ters, cake and en­try to the show.

A free bus is avail­able, leav­ing Ju­bilee Tav­ern at 6pm, Air­lie X Base at 6.05pm, Can- non­vale State School at 6.10pm, Reef Gate­way Ho­tel at 6.15pm and Kook­aburra Dr at 6.20pm. Phone Lisa Christofersen on 0427 761 975 to book the bus.

FUN: Judy Hainsworth and Kaitlin Oliver Parker as Tif­fany and Ken­dall. Photo: Nick Mor­ris­sey

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