SELF-confessed mouthy mamas of mirth Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs are coming to the Border.
Having just returned from a sold-out season at Adelaide Fringe Festival, Women Like Us is on the way to Albury in August.
The comedy queens are renowned for their rapid-fire, stand-up routines.
Women Like Us was born when Nolan and Briggs stepped away from the male-dominated comedy scene into venues where women's stories and experiences were centre stage.
Briggs said they aimed to represent real women.
"We want our comedy to demystify a lot of the garbage that we're fed about being women," she said.
"We tell everyday stories about our struggles, our failure to parent, the beauty industry, getting fatter, strange surgeries, obsessions, frustrations and, at the end of the day, 'who unpacks the dishwasher'."
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They call themselves "the bogan woman's thinking woman and the thinking woman's bogan".
Briggs, who appeared on Hughesy, We have A Problem, said it wasn't only a show for women.
"In the same way a comedy show by two men would never be seen as a bloke's only show," Briggs said.
"Women Like Us is about making our experiences universal rather than 'niche'.
"And as it turns out, there are a lot more Women Like Us out there than we ever realised.
"There's even a growing tribe of men like us too!"
Nolan, who is a Byron Shire Echo columnist, hosts Mamamia's new podcast The Split.
WHAT: Women Like Us, SS&A Club Albury
WHEN: Friday, August 9, 8pm
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