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Burlesco Notturno “Unveiled”

Oct 13 / Saturday

8:00 pm

  • $30 Burlesco Advance
  • $40 Burlesco Reserved
  • $75 Burlesco VIP

Grand Hall

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Burlesco Notturno returns to Open Space Grand Hall, for your pleasure and delight. Doors open at 7 pm with luscious libations available. Emceed by the one-and-only beyond-glamorous Mme. X (on parade in all her deliciously P. Toovey costumed grandeur) and her loyal lawyer, hear live music from the incomparable black slip, beret band The Love Markets. They entertain us throughout the evening with bountiful talent, charm and highly danceable tunes.

The Atomic Bombshells, founded by original members of the Shim Sham Revue in New Orleans’ historic French Quarter, learned their bumps n’ grinds from original stars of burlesque’s Golden Age. Seattle Weekly says, “Armed with an astounding amount of talent, these phenomenal beauties pull out all the stops and pump out a show of sheer splendor where every inch of skin is cherished…” And so will you.

Kitten ‘N Lou, also of Atomic Bombshell fame, combine their extensive burlesque, theater and dance performance creds to create a showbiz tour-de-force that celebrates and subverts everything from sexed-up classic burlesque and glossy MGM-era musicals, to raunchy jukebox drag, homo-fabulous twin club kids, to Fosse jazz-ma-tazz and old vaudeville tap dance.

Ruby Mimosa is the 4th generation in her family to be born and raised in Hawaii. Brought up on hula, ballet and gymnastics, this little flower has danced since she was three years old. Ruby moved to Seattle in 2006, where she was quickly recruited as seventh member of the International Super-troupe, The Atomic Bombshells.

Special guests of the night include the fabulous Paris Original and spICE!

Tickets are $35 At the door


18870 103rd Ave SW
Vashon, WA 98070

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