• A white woman with a short pink mullet is looking to her right, she has a cheeky grin and her hands are slightly touching her face. She is wearing a red and black knitted embroidered jacket.

    I think I'm going to fall over

Alexandra's comedy is about her experiences as a disabled woman and her observations about the mostly foreign non-disabled world she lives in. She seems to think she has more in common with her 94 year old grandma than her early thirties peers.

A white woman with a short pink mullet is smiling and looking at the camera. She is seated with her hands crossed on her lap. She wears a matching red jacket and skirt that feature a criss-cross pattern.

'I wish to tip things on their head. To really challenge the wider community’s conceptions about what disability is, and what it means to be disabled.'

A pink and purple banner that says 'Upcoming Shows' in pink block text. A green speech bubble above it says 'don't miss the lols'. A photo of Alexandra Hudson is featured to the left in a polaroid frame. At the bottom of the banner is pink text that says 'Come see the pink mullet in IRL'

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I reside and work on Bundjalung country in and around Byron Bay in Northern New South Wales, Australia. I acknowledge the traditional owners of this land whose cultures and customs have nurtured and continue to nurture this land. I pay my respects to the elders past and present.