Back after a sell out debut season.

Edna’s fourteen and is head over heels in love with Harry – he’s beautiful, talented, perfect. But he’s also the face of ‘True Connection’, the world’s biggest boy band. And getting his attention will stretch the resources of anyone – even someone as clever and resourceful as Edna.

Yve Blake’s uproarious musical makes its much-anticipated return.

★★★★★ “Like, literally, the most fun you’ll have in the theatre this year!”

★★★★ “Any fan(girl) of musical theatre should see it.”

★★★★ “A thrill ride.”

A co-production with Queensland Theatre and Brisbane Festival, in association with Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP).


Danielle Barnes
Chika Ikogwe
Shubshri Kandiah
Ayesha Madon
James Majoos
Karis Oka
Tomáš Kantor
Shannen Alyce Quan


Original Music Director / Vocal Arranger Alice Chance
Music Producer / Sound Designer David Muratore
Dramaturg Jonathan Ware
Music Director / Vocal Arranger Zara Stanton
Set, Video Content and Costume Designer David Fleischer
Video Content Design and Production Justin Harrison
Lighting Designer Emma Valente
Choreographer Leonard Mickelo
Sound Designer Michael Waters
Associate Director Carissa Licciardello
Stage Manager Khym Scott
Assistant Stage Manager Julia Orlando

Performance Times

Adelaide Festival
27th February – 14th March 2021

Merrigong Theatre Company
18th – 21st March 2021

Canberra Theatre Centre
24th – 28th March 2021

Arts Centre Melbourne
28th April – 9th May 2021




★★★★★ “Believe the hype. The Fangirls phenomenon is real. This could be the most fun you have in the theatre this year!”


★★★★ “Witty and agile with a powerhouse cast, Yve Blake’s musical balances serious social reflections with a loving twinkle in its eye.”

The Guardian

★★★★ “The magic of the show and Paige Rattray’s production lies in celebrating rather than frowning upon the fizzing wonder of being hormonally out of control.”

The Sydney Morning Herald

“This is a powerhouse event: musical, concert, drama, comedy. All staged with brilliance, enthusiasm, finesse, and joy.”

Broadway World

★★★★★ “The cast is young, fierce, diverse and with vocal chops to boot, with many flipping between roles and characters throughout.”

The AU Review

★★★★★ “Fangirls will have you rocking out just as though you were at your favourite band’s concert.”

State of the Art

Running Time and Content Warnings

Running Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes (Including Interval)

Content warnings: Strobe Lighting, Self Harm Reference