Fresh from the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, ‘French Presidential Candidate’ Fanny Bouffante is heading to Albury to tackle the big issues, such as poverty, terrorism and haute couture in her show ‘Scandals’.
The comedian performed to sell-out crowds in Albury last year and returns to share her next political moves.
“Since being in Australia I’ve been inspired to create ‘cutting edge’ new policies like mandatory detention for anyone who wears active wear to the supermarket,” Fanny said.
“This is an Australian habit that is so disgusting for me! Along with women walking in the night with high heels in hand.”
France’s cutting style icon is also hoping to talk politics with Federal candidate for Farrer, Kevin Mack.
“The thing that draws me back to your little country town is of course Kevin,” Fanny said.
“The wonderful Kevin Mack whom I ate snails with last time, and we talked politics. I am so excited Kevin is running for election,” Fanny said.
“I cannot wait to see him turn from a soft, sweet mayor into a firm, hard member……for Farrer.”
Last year Fanny toured Australia with her cutting-edge book French Women Do Everything Better – a guide to sex, food and fashion to help turn bogans into beaux gens.
This year Fanny is back on the campaign trail for the 2022 Presidential Elections of France after narrowly losing to Emmanuel Macron in 2017 due to what she calls ‘the fake news media’ manufacturing scandals.
For details on Fanny Bouffante’s shows at Public House Albury on May 23 and May 30: https://www.publichousealbury.com.au/whats-on/