Rich Bitch – How to Make Money with the Power of Your Mind

Theatre (new writing, satire)

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Some people have called it 'the biggest scam or our age'. Some, 'possibly a cult, well worth criminal investigation'. But professional Abundance Mindset Guru, Casha Bling can show you how to be #blessed and claim your ultimate birthright of massive wealth! It's not a pyramid scheme, it's an opportunity triangle! Cristina Lark's satire of get-rich-quick scams and parody of The Secret/Law Of Attraction is a spoof motivational masterclass that outs online coaches who promise to teach anyone how to make money with the power of your mind.

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Mary Keane 105 days ago

Our second year seeing Cristina at the Fringe and Rich Bitch did not disappoint! A very funny PARODY of self-help gurus who sell spirituality, personal growth and wealth by monetising their own image and lifestyle.
#abundance #bizbabe

It’s the last day of the Fringe but would highly recommend trying to catch this before the day is out. Fresh, funny and entertaining.

Franck 108 days ago

I will buy whatever she tells me to buy. Cristina is so good at this character, it's scary. If she does it for real she will make millions!

Esther Fowler 111 days ago

We loved this show! A spot on parody of those ghastly get rich quick doing nothing, self help pyramid schemes that appear on FB every day. Original, clever and very entertaining!

Sabine 111 days ago

I had the weirdest experience in this show! I was onboard with everything she said, I was ready to do everything she asked, she was inspiring me to do all these things, and I had to stop myself constantly and think, "wait a minute, that makes no sense, that is bullshit!" Cristina Lark is so eloquent and charismatic, like a real cult leader. Awesome show!

Benita 112 days ago

this show was absolutely my favourite of all the shows i saw - (Cristina) Casha Bling is just brilliant and i truly LOVED this parody of The Secret/The Power/Law of Attraction... it was everything i expected it to be and more - just go see it and laugh and laugh - her energy level is unbelievable !

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The Feminist Fringe (3/5 stars) 108 days ago

Cristina Lark’s one-woman show is a scathing parody of the self-help/get-rich-quick industry of influencers claiming “I did [x] and so can you!” Imagine an enthusiastic female version of Tom Cruise’s character in Magnolia (1999) or George Clooney’s backpack story in Up in the Air (2009). When tackling a subject that has invited criticism for decades, I had hoped for a little more depth and exploration of the modern elements of influencer culture and online celebrity.

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