• 30 January – 20 February 2021 Seymour Centre
  • 2 Hours 30 Minutes (Including Interval)



  • Venue Seymour Centre
  • Dates 30 January – 20 February 2021
  • Duration 2 Hours 30 Minutes (Including Interval)
  • Co-production with
  • In association with
    • Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP)

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 there’s just one problem: he’s also the star of the world’s biggest boyband. Getting Harry’s attention might seem impossible, but there’s nothing that Edna won’t do to prove to Harry that she’s the one.

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).

To find out more about the Seymour Centre’s COVID Safe Plan, visit the webpage.

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  • Full Price (Adult)^ $68 – $89
  • Mates Rates (Adult) $63 – $79
  • Senior* $58 – $79
  • Concession $48 – $69
  • 30-Down# $46 – $61
  • Previews $51 – $56
  • Student Saver# $33 – $48

~ Bookings of 10+ full price adult tickets receive a $10 discount per ticket.
^ Tickets to Saturday and Sunday performances may have an added $5 surcharge.
* Seniors prices are available with an eligible Australian Government-issued Seniors Card.
† Concession prices are available with a full-time student card, Centrelink Pensioner concession card, Veterans’ Affairs cards, and to members of Actors Equity (MEAA), and ArtsHub, and HotHouse Theatre Subscribers.
# 30-Down and Student Saver prices are available for Previews, Tuesday evening, Wednesday evening, Thursday evening, Friday evening, and Saturday matinees.

To claim any concessions you must provide proof.

Full ticket terms and conditions can be found on the Ticket Prices page.


  • Yve Blake
    Book, music, lyrics
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    Yve Blake (she/her) is a playwright, screenwriter, and songwriter, born and raised on Gadigal land. After premiering at Belvoir and Queensland Theatre in 2019, FANGIRLS returned in 2021 for a national tour, and now Yve is peeing-her-pants to know that this show is on at the Sydney actual Opera House?! This production of FANGIRLS has […]

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  • Paige Rattray
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    Paige (she/her) is currently Sydney Theatre Company’s Associate Director, after holding the role of Associate Artistic Director at Queensland Theatre. Prior to that, she was Sydney Theatre Company’s Richard Wherrett Fellow and has previously directed Blithe Spirit, Death of a Salesman, Triple X (with QT), The Deep Blue Sea, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, How […]

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  • Cast

  • Chika Ikogwe
  • Shubshri Kandiah
  • Ayesha Madon
  • James Majoos
  • Sharon Millerchip
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    (She/her) Credits include Caroline in Fangirls, Velma Kelly in Chicago (Helpmann Award) Belle in Beauty And The Beast (Mo Award), Columbia in The Rocky Horror Show (Helpmann Award) Roxie Hart in Chicago (Helpmann Award) Anita in Westside Story,  Demeter in Cats, Meg Giry in Phantom Of The Opera and Love Never Dies (Sydney Theatre Award), […]

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  • Karis Oka
  • Tomáš Kantor
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    Tomáš (they/he) is a Melbourne-based actor performing across music theatre, cabaret, stage and screen. They trained at RADA before completing their Bachelor of Fine Arts at the VCA in 2019, starring as ‘Gabey’ in their graduating production of On The Town (VCA). In 2021, Tomáš made their professional debut in FANGIRLS (Belvoir) and went on that year to perform as […]

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  • Shannen Alyce Quan
  • Creatives

  • Alice Chance
    Original Music Director/Vocal Arranger
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    Alice Chance (she/her) is a sought-after composer, conductor, arranger, vocalist, and lyricist. A three-time finalist in the APRA Art Music Awards for Vocal/Choral Work of the Year, Alice has worked with ensembles including Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Children’s Choir, Gondwana National Indigenous Children’s Choir, Ensemble Offspring, The Song Company, and Moorambilla Voices, with whom she […]

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  • David Muratore
    Music Producer/Sound Designer
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    David Muratore (he/him) is an ARIA Nominated Music Producer, Songwriter, Mix Engineer, and Multi-Instrumentalist living and working on Gadigal land, Sydney. David’s music production work for FANGIRLS has been awarded the 2019 Sydney Theatre Award for Best Mainstage Musical and the Matilda Award for Best Musical or Cabaret. David recorded, produced and mixed the Fangirls […]

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  • Zara Stanton
    Music Director/Vocal Arranger
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    Zara (she/her) is an accomplished Music Director, Performer, Arranger and Composer with a Bachelor of Music from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.Zara’s credits as Music Director include Bonnie & Clyde (JRP), Every Musical Ever (Adelaide Cabaret Festival), The Deb (ATYP), The Boomkak Panto (Belvoir), and Associate Music Director for A Chorus Line (DTC). Zara has […]

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  • Michael Waters
    Sound Designer
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    (He/him) Original sound designs include: Hairspray, Cinderella, The Woman In Black, Muriel’s Wedding, My Fair Lady, Hugh Jackman’s Broadway to Oz and The Boy From Oz, Doctor Zhivago, The King And I, The Tap Pack (USA tour 2020), Bran Nue Dae, Dream Lover, Mamma Mia!, Chess, Atomic (Sydney & Off Broadway), Priscilla Queen Of The […]

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  • Emma Valente
    Lighting Designer
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    Emma (she/her) is a freelance director, dramaturg, lighting designer and occasional trouble maker. She is the Co-Artistic director and Co CEO of feminist theatre company THE RABBLE. Emma is the recipient of the Creators Fund grant from Creative Victoria, a Sidney Myer Fellow, Curator at Large (performance) at The SUBSTATION and a recipient of the […]

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  • Ren Kenward
    Lighting Realiser
  • Justin Harrison
    Video Content Design and Production
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    Justin (he/him) is a sound and video creative working in theatre, film and television. His most recent credits include, An Ideal Husband for LaBoite, Ishmael and The Wider Earth for Dead Puppet Society and Lucky and the Flight of the Sky Puppies for Cairns Children’s Festival. Other theatre work includes video and sound design for […]

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  • David Fleischer
    Set, Video Content and Costume Designer
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    David (he/him) is a designer working with leading theatre, dance and opera companies across Australia. His work has been hosted by prominent arts festivals, and has toured extensively both nationally and abroad. His most recent credits include Impermanence, Ab Intra and Ocho for Sydney Dance Company; Opening Night and A Room Of One’s Own for […]

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  • Leonard Mickelo
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    Leonard (they/them) is a descendant of the Kulalli and Bidjara clans, and identifies as non binary. Leonards foster mum opened their heart to dance at the age of 10. They trained in jazz, tap, musical theatre and contemporary, under the direction of Fiona McIvor and Sandra Breen. Leonard joined Bangarra Dance Theatre in 2006 and […]

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  • Sharon Millerchip
    Associate Choreographer
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    (She/her) Credits include Caroline in Fangirls, Velma Kelly in Chicago (Helpmann Award) Belle in Beauty And The Beast (Mo Award), Columbia in The Rocky Horror Show (Helpmann Award) Roxie Hart in Chicago (Helpmann Award) Anita in Westside Story,  Demeter in Cats, Meg Giry in Phantom Of The Opera and Love Never Dies (Sydney Theatre Award), […]

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  • Jonathan Ware
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    Jonathan (he/him) made his mainstage debut as Dramaturg on FANGIRLS (Belvoir, Queensland Theatre, Brisbane Festival in assoc. ATYP). Other credits include Dubbo Championship Wrestling for Hayes Theatre Company. He originally trained as a Stage Manager (VCA) and then worked in London for Sonia Friedman Productions, Sadler’s Wells and Following further study at Melbourne Law […]

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  • Carissa Licciardello
    Associate Director
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    Carissa Licciardello (she/her) is a theatre director and currently a Resident Director at Belvoir. Recent credits include: for Malthouse – as Director, Anna K; for Belvoir – as Director & Adaptor, Opening Night; as Director & Co-Adaptor, A Room of One’s Own; as Associate Director, FANGIRLS. For 25A Downstairs Belvoir, Extinction of the Learned Response; […]

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  • Khym Scott
    Stage Manager
  • Julia Orlando
    Assistant Stage Manager
  • Matt Erskine
    Front of House Engineer
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    Matthew (he/him) is a skilled sound engineer and designer with a broad range of experience in Queensland’s theatre scene, musical theatre and the live music industries. He has a passion for finding creative design and engineering solutions to unique challenges. Matthew is the Managing Director of CrossPoint Sound, a sound design and engineering company based […]

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  • Steve Hendy
    Head Electrician
  • Tom Houghton
    Technical Coordinator


Chika Ikogwe