Awards and Reviews

Winner Sydney Theatre Awards – Best Cabaret Production 2008

Winner Bank Of Scotland Herald Angel Award for excellence - Edinburgh Festival 2006

Winner Australian Entertainment Mo Awards – Best Comedy Ensemble 2006

Winner Green Room Award 2005 – Best Cabaret Ensemble

Winner The Melbourne Age Critics Award - Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2004

Winner Melbourne Airports Best Newcomers Award - Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2004

Nominee Barry Award - Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2004

Triple Nominee Green Room Awards 2004 – Best Cabaret Ensemble Musical Arrangements; Most Outstanding Show.

Theatre review  - Otago Festival of the Arts 2010

"The Kransky Sisters are a well oiled comic machine. Their droll humour, deadpan expressions and morose delivery of songs by the likes of AC/DC and The Eurythmics proved to be the perfect recipe for laughter. "

Sunday Times Review Perth 2007

"A truly bizarre, and utterly funny show. The fantastic characters are not unlike a cross between the Sugababes and the Adams Family."

Edinburgh Fringe Reviews

"The success of the show lies in the precision of the music, and a narrative that lures the audience, rocking with laughter into a totally unsavoury, insular world".

The Independent, Scotland

"If Dame Edna ever retired to the Outback and procreated, the result might be something like the Kranskys."

Kate Copstick, The Scotsman

"The Kransky Sisters are three blissfully deadpan characters, who are blissfully unaware of why they are funny."
Adam Hills Comedian 

"These dour maidens are fast becoming comedic icons to stand alongside dame Edna herself."

dB Magazine

"Like the acid fuelled imagining of Hunter S Thompson at a Country Women’s Association meeting, this unstuck comic creation is bizarre and precious….These women are the comedic equivalent of Star Trek. So complete and meticulous is their creation, you can almost imagine a future of Kransky conventions."

Helen Razer The Age 2005

"Returning once again from their remote Queensland home, the Sisters are a frighteningly innovative trio. Armed with a tuba, ancient pink keyboard, folksy guitar and saw-violin, their renditions of tunes ranging from Pink Floyd to Jewel are effortlessly funny on their own. The Kranskys are comic creations of a disturbingly believable kind. Darkly hilarious and discomfortingly clever."

John Bailey, Beat Magazine 2005

"Bust-a-gut, shed-a-tear, sputteringly funny… Up there with Dame Edna… Don’t even think about missing this show."

Helen Razer, The Age. MICF 2004

"As creepy as it is hilarious… and best of all, original. Could have watched them all night."

Emma Nelms (Internet review)

"A truly bizarre, and utterly funny show. The fantastic characters are not unlike a cross between the Sugababes and the Adams Family."

Edinburgh Fringe Reviews